How can you track which articles are getting clicks?
I have Google analytics set up, but is there anyway to tell which articles are getting clicked on?
Once in analytics, and assuming that it is correctly linked to adsense, click "content" followed by "adsense". Both are on the left of the screen.
This will bring up which hubs produced income and/or clicks, and can be set to different time periods. By viewing the "full report" each column is sortable.
I see the content tab, but not where it says adsense. I can see the most popular hubs, but not the clicks part.
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by Helen Cater8 years ago
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by Richieb7996 years ago
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by karpouzian8 years ago
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by BundleBoy8 years ago
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