As the title suggest, How can i differ Adsense clicks from Hubpages and my other blogs?
What do you do to know how much earn from Hubpages, individually, if you have some blogs that have Adsense?
Thanks in advance!
I take Maddie's suggestion a step further. I first created a URL channel for hubpages.com in case I forget to do individual URLs. Then as I create each new hub I add the hub's URL as a channel too. I have also found it useful to add my profile as a URL channel as I sometimes get clicks from there.
Go to the HubPages Learning Center's Affiliate Settings – Adsense and scroll down to "Setting Up An Adsense Channel for HubPages". It only takes four clicks to set up.
Like the others said, setup a channel for hubpages.
I track each hub individually.
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