Try associating your adsense account with analytics and just using one URL channel for hubpages. You need to make hubpages your primary domain though.
Wow you ran out of room. I use channels but when I add a new channel I add the main domain. I only put http://hubpages.com and not each URL created from each and every one of my Hubs. I know you want to know exactly what Hub is bringing in the money but you can change them after you realize what works and what don't.
I already have the two accounts associated. And hubpages.com has a separate UA #. Is that what you mean?
If you go to Analytics and look under Content and then Adsense, you'll see where your clicks are coming from eventually. It takes it awhile to update though. I just kept my 200 channels as they were and now use that. It's pretty good.
When I got to about 150 URL channels, AdSense automatically increased the amount of total channels available.
Nellie, are you saying you only have 200 URL channels total?
I haven't used them all yet, but I have almost 500 URL channels available to me.
Updated: I just went and checked my AdSense account... I've got 174 used, and 298 still open, so I that's 472 available total.
My account only has 200 channels, and I searched on Adsense help and forum, and it says there that they only have 200 right now. Maybe you slid in under a grandfathered in policy or something like that.
I can't find anything useful on the adsense site. But other bloggers are now saying its 500. My husband and I are going out to dinner, so I can't check more until later.
Did I miss an email or something ....hmmmm.....
Well, if anyone knows a way to get 500, that would be great.
I have no idea why I got more channels, but I got an email from AdSense out of the blue one day, letting me know they were giving me more.
All I can recall is that it happened when I had over 150 channels used.
BTW, I use the custom channels to track my own website, so I'm only using the URL ones for my Hubs.
That would be great. I'm adding more and more all the time.
I found a few that I could clear, so I am okay for a short while more, but not too much longer. I will see what happens.
Thank you to Relache and Sunforged for the heads up and information. And lakeerieartists for asking!
Analytics is fantastic - it even shows what keywords made you money.
I've now plugged all my websites into Analytics and I have a fantastic data warehouse full of business ideas!
I think I'll run out of URL channels as well, but I'm sure that by the time I get to 150 hubs I'll know what topics I need to be writing about.
I only have 200 available to me too. What I did when I hit 200 was start dropping off some of the less active ones to make room for the newer ones. I just switch them out that way. So, it'll always be my 200 favorites I guess.
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