I know I can add the individual URL in the channels section, but I don't want to do that because I'm intending to write more than 200 hubs. I've signed on to Analytics, and was hoping to see it there. It lists the individual hubs with the traffic, but not the $ amount. Can anyone help?
When you sign into AdSense, you should see a message asking if you want to integrate your AdSense and Analytics accounts. Once that's done, in Analytics you should see an AdSense option underneath Content.
The only problem is that (unless things have changed since last time I checked), you can only integrate AdSense for one Anaytics website profile. I have a few external blogs, so I had to choose whether I wanted to track AdSense earnings on one of those or HubPages.
I've managed to integrate Analytics for several separate profiles: my Hub Pages account, my Snipsly account and now my blog. However, you have to remember to go into the relevant profile and then edit your account details for that profile (top left hand corner of page somewhere), so that the "receiving Adsense data" button button is ticked. Took me ages to realise that
I think first of all HubPages has to be your primary domain in analytics? (Not completely sure about that.) Then click on the content tab on the left, then you'll see an adsense tab. Click that. Then you can see how much your hubs are making. In the analytics settings there are options about linking analytics and adsense and choosing which site to make primary.
Even after you've linked and cross-checked and updated everything and you're 100% sure you've done it right... it may still be a while before you start receiving data in your Google Analytics account!
I triple-quadruple-quintuple checked everything and finally gave up in despair. About three weeks later, it magically started tracking my AdSense data for my Hubpages! Go figure, right?!
by Marina 4 years ago
Hi Hubbers! Do you have a Google Analytics account associated with your HubPages account? If so, please be sure to check out today’s blog post which has instructions for how to upgrade your Google Analytics account to Universal Analytics. If you do not upgrade by 8/20/2014, Google Analytics will...
by lauragee 4 years ago
How do your Adsense earnings compare to your Hubpages ads program earnings?I'm pretty new here, and have made about .50 in the hubpages ads program, but no more than .01 in my Google adsense account. Is this normal? I seem to have Adsense enabled, am posting on allowed topics, etc... How does your...
by SEO Expert Kerala 9 years ago
I have one adsense account and analytics account in same email ID .According to google ,"Now you can track your earning sources in adsense , by using google analytics" But adsense earnings shows some amount (nearly 5 $ for month july) but my analytics account can't track...
by forlan 9 years ago
I have found adsense could integrate with analytic. I have tried to my blog. The question: Can we integrate our adsense and analytics for our hubpages? Google ask us to paste the code? so where should we put the code at hubpages?
by Eileen Hughes 8 years ago
I have 3 sites in analytics, my main one is hubpages that shows adsense earningsI have a blog which doesnt show adsense earningsand I have another site which does not show adsense earningsI have linked them all so that you can see them in analytics but the last two do not show my earnings in...
by Pandoras Box 8 years ago
Why am I not getting this? What do I need to do?I click on content and see no place for adsense. No button in the left sidebar or anywhere else.Are my adsense and analytics not 'linked'? I mean they are, near as I can figure, same account, I click on the go to your google analytics from my adsense,...
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