Every time I try to create a separate channel for a single hub, Adsense cuts off the URL I give them for the Hub, and it ends up applying to my entire Hubpages account. But I've heard that other Hubbers have separate channels for each hub. Is there a hub about how to do this?
Adsense, as far as I've learned, has to separate control for channels.
The URL channel selector is what you should be looking for.
I click on URL channel to add a Hub to it's own channel.
The opening for Adsense Setup - Channels - opens to "custom" channels, which need to be individual domain names. *I think*, It would be the only reason why adsense would resort back to your original custom channel of HubPages.com
Click on URL channel, which is a link available and enter in the hub you like. I have all 82 hubs listed as URL Channels, under one custom channel of HubPages.
I hope that helped.
cagsil, is spot on..
but if pictures help
How to track adsense earnings
URL channels are the way forward, although Google Analytics is great if you want to see what's making you money on hubpages.
Now if only there was the equivalent for Amazon earnings!
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