How do I utilize Google adsense now that I have a subdomain?
Do I need to make my own units? I see I am still getting ad units on my site but how do I keep track of them and earn from them?
Google automatically generates the ads that are on your hubs. You do not get the opportunity to pick which ads are displayed or where they are on the page.
If you are talking about your own website, you can make your own ad units and paste the html into your blog/website or you can let the domain do it for you. For example, blogspot allows you to ad Google ad units by simply clicking on "design" and then adding a Ads Gadget.
Subdomains have not changed anything about affiliates. As long as your Adsense account is still linked up on this page, you can still earn through it as normal, and Hubpages will show your adverts for 60% of impressions: https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/affiliate/
If you set up an Adsense channel, you can track what earnings you are getting from Hubpages (if you earn from multiple sites.)
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