I have a question about using adsense on multiple sites, I have it set up in a blog, here on hubpages, and one other site, I am not able to view my total adsense info, it only shows the info for the one I added most recently, any ideas on what to do here?
It is showing me in one channel which i created for my blog. I think it is not taking separate channel earning for hub-pages.
same problem I have, I added a new channel and put hubpages in it but it still isn't showing info, maybe it takes a day or 2 to update. There has to be an easier way to monitor all sites..lol
What do you mean by 'total adsense info'? The statistics involving ad impressions and clicks?
Do you have Channels set up?
Log into your Adsense account and go to that page and click on "URL channels" and then "+ Add new URL channels".
Add hubpages.com (without the www).
Do the same for your new domain.
It will show the results for each domain when you check the statistics. Though give it time to populate those results, it doesn't sort out the old data, but it will apply to the new data.
so no www in the channel...maybe that is my problem, Darkside you rock
yeah i made that error. thanks
By the way do i have to put similar channels for other revenue sharing programs or google will put it on it's own(from my current exp, it looks like i have to do it manually).
Hi Has a way - you can also add website profiles in your analytics account if you haven't already done so, so you get to see data and adsense revenue specific to each site. To do it just go to your analytics acocunt and click analytics settings - you can add your website profiles there.
This is just a warning I got from someone else who got banned from the big g.
If you track all your g adsense from different sites under one name and then use those sites to link to each other, the big g could use the info to determine the sites as a link farm which will kill you in the serps.
The same goes for one g analytics account for all your interlinking sites.
just a heads up.
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