Sorry for all the questions about this — I'm still getting the hang of it.
I applied for Analytics, and when it asked for my URL, I gave it the address to my HubPages profile page. It then sent me my tracking number, which I plugged into my affiliates page this morning, and everything seemed to be set. But now it only seems to be tracking one hub. Did I do something wrong? Do I just have to give the tracker some time to pick up my other hubs? Thanks.
You have to create a link to every hub you want to follow.
Oops, she's talking about Analytics here, not Adsense.
You can't link individual Hubs in Analytics.
If you click on the top left hand menu you can choose "Top content" among other things - that will show you which pages are getting the most visits. You'll also be able to tell by the keywords people are using to find your Hubs.
I'm new to Analytics as well, but I was able to put in a general "Hubpages.com" as the address. Then Analytics gives you the code to enter into your account settings with HubPages.
Later when I checked my Analytics account, it separated each of my individual hubs which had traffic.
Follow the instructions here: http://hubpages.com/faq/#googleanalytics
Its not necessary to link to individual hubs via analytics, I find it much easier to manage all my sites without having to scroll through another 20 odd pages that would be created by tracking a hub individually- that would be equivalent of tracking every page and post in your blogs
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