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How can I check my adsense earnings from my hubs
I would like to know how I can check that I have set up my accounts properly to show any adsense earnings from my hubs.
Where do I look at in my adsense account to check if I have any earnings? When I look at 3rd party access it does how it's enabled. It says www.hubpages.com and 0% of content revenue and 0% of hosted domains revenue. I have no idea what that means.
I ditto the question> I am a techno-nincompoop and I would like someone to answer that question without referring me to a refresher course.
To check your Google Adsense from hubpages, click on my account, then click on Affiliate Settings at the top, this will open up all the Affiliate Tab, If your Google Adsense if set up click on "Check Your Google Earnings" and this will open for you a new window of Google Adsense where you will be able to log in using your gmail account or Google Adsense log in details. Hope this will help, if not check on e-learning center
i can tell you the way which works well and easy.Just log in to your adsense account,click on adsense setup.There you will sea link for channels,click on it.This will take you to page where you can manage channels.Click on link "url channels".Then on that page click on Add new channel link and create a new channel with name hubpages.com
and you have done.
If you want to check earnings separately for every hub then you need to create a separate url channel for every hub with using its url as channel name.
I am using this to check my earnings and its working nicely.
by sunstreeks7 years ago
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by Holle Abee6 years ago
I checked my Adsense earnings a little while ago, and I just checked them again. My earnings for the day for Google Adsense dropped more than $8 in a few minutes. Never seen that before! How the heck did that happen??
by Shadaan Alam2 years ago
Well, no doubt google adsense is one of the best in terms of earning revenue from hubpages. However, i have only been earning cents at adsense!! That's so bad. I desperately need help from fellow hubbers, what should i...
by Dale Mazurek8 years ago
When I first started with adsense a few years ago I would refresh the dam page every 5 minutes to still see the same zero.Then when I started earning a little bit I would refresh every 2 minutes. Trust me it was...
by leocbrito8 years ago
Hello everyone!I'm having a little problem with my earnings here. I did everything right, following all the steps in the instructions about how to integrate my adsense account with the HubPages.Sometimes, in my...
by ForexCashBack7 years ago
Hello,I have been on hubpages for a little over a year now and have read stories of people earning $1,000 a month from their hubs. Can anyone give me some suggestions to get to that goal? I have 27 hubs. *Sadly, due to...
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