How can you tell how much each of your pages is earning in Adsense?
You have to set up a URL channel for each individual Hub. Then you'll see exact earnings.
Go to My Account, then press affiliate settings. Press check your Google earnings. Sign in there. Go to AdSense Set Up and click. Click Channels. Press on Url channels. Then press Add new Url channel. Then add your url for each individual hub.
Sounds complicated when it is written down here but really it only takes a few seconds for each url. Once you are in and have added one Url then you just have to continue in the Add new Url channel box.
I wouldn't bother setting up an adsense channel for each hub, just set up a Google Analytics account.
thisisoli, that's what I did and I inputted my hubpage profile url and it tells me everything I need to know for all of my hubs and breaks it down into earnings, stats, visits, where the visits are coming from, and how long my visitors stay on my hubs..
Does it tell you how much each individual hub makes? Are you seeing it in the Google Adsense or Analytics?
I have an analytics account and the $ amount seems to be zero, yet over at adsense I'm making money. How do I get analytics to tell me which hub I'm making money on?
by Paula Atwell 8 years ago
Now what? How do you organize?
by Sally Gulbrandsen 7 months ago
Will they still be allowed to continue writing for the niche sites or will this site be diluted as our best writers and their work leave for a better deal?
by SEO Expert Kerala 9 years ago
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by Tammy Cornett 8 years ago
My husband and I have been on HP for quite awhile--He(Tom Cornett) has been here for 19 months, and I have been for 16 months.When I joined up, we were told we couldn't have two separate Adsense accounts, and I had to add mine to Tom's. We had no issues with doing that at all, so we added my...
by Christine Mulberry 8 years ago
Ok, I started creating hubs almost a year ago. I went through the process of setting up my AdSense and giving Hubpages access. I set up a channel for hubpages.com. However, in the entire year, I haven't had a single click. That seems ridiculous. (I'm basing this on my channel data) I do get some...
by Kapil Thakar 5 years ago
Once you have applied you cannot change. It sucks and a lot of people have this problem. I suggest checking the Google adsense forums to see if they have found a work-around yet.
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