How can we see which of our hubs perform the best?
I'm trying to find a way to see which of my hubs earn me the most revenue. Is there a way to see how much you've earned from a particular hub?
The hub with the most organic traffic is the one that performs the best, it would also the the one that makes the most money if it performs really well, however, a hub with less hub views may make more money depending on the type and the value of the ads on the hub.
The only way to know exact;y how much a particular hub makes is by utilizing Google analytics. You have to connect your adsense account to it for it to show your earnings and which hubs get the most click s and so forth.
I hope that helped.
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