Ok i have quite a few questions about this. First of all i see a lot of impressions for the hubpages.com url channel i created at adsense, but then i look at the individual page url channels and they dont add up to the total next to hubpages.com. Why is that? When you add the channel of the individual url are you also supposed to take away the www? I ask because i added the whole url but in adsense it appears without the http://www.
I recently opened an account at xomba as well, and added xomba.com to my channels. I am getting impressions at xomba but nothing is showing up at adsense? You dont need to add the individual channels if you just want to see the overall page impressions right? I dunno i feel like i could be missing something with the adsense channels. If that is the case please let me know. Thanks.
I can't answer your entire question, but I do know that when robots crawl your site it may show up as a hit on one sites analytics, but not at google. One site I write on shows hits, individual readers and clicks. There is a huge difference between the hits and the readers. Many web crawlers. I think hubpages records actual readers, but I could be wrong. Most of my content is fairly new so I haven't been watching it that closely.
None of the various features for collecting and reporting statistics from your Hubs gathers or compiles that information in the same way. If you try and find a way to make everything "match up" you'll be chasing an endless pursuit that will never resolve.
Analytics is the most accurate to what you are earning from AdSense (naturally), and gives you the best options for slicing/dicing info and drilling down.
by CathyL 8 years ago
Can anyone tell me how I can put a channel into hubpages so that I can monitor my adsense clicks?Thanks
by alexd181 10 years ago
HiIs there any way I can use AdSense channels with Hub Pages?Thanks
by steve83 8 years ago
I am seeing no hubpages stats in my adsense account. I added my adsense details to my hubpages account, and it appears to be set up correctly. I've also clicked the confirm email from Google to allow hubpages to access my account. I've tried re-adding my adsense details and re-clicking the Google...
by Susan Holland 7 years ago
Do hubbers need to put in a channel for Google AdSense for every hub?
by yanminis 8 years ago
I've joined hubpages last month because of all the words spreading around about it and since then I've created about 50 hubs all spread out over several accounts. Now I've targeted long tail keywords for my hubs with average CPC of 2$ and about 1000 hits per day. My hubs are ranking well and I'm...
by Kate Swanson 10 years ago
When I first signed up for Adsense, I was adding my Hubs individually as channels, which worked. I got a bit lazy, though, and only had about one third of my Hubs entered. Then I saw Paul's advice to enter hubpages.com/* as a channel, which would then pick up everything. I assumed that meant...
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