With the HP Ad Program, how can I tell which of my hubs is earning the most?
No idea.Its just that your question has been unanswered for 4 months and I want to bring it to the front burner.
You can track your Hubs with the Google affiliate tracker, to get tracking and percentages on your hubs along with a breakdown of how much money your making. You have to sign up for the google affiliate tracker to get the break downs. Hope this helps
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