Ok. So I have several other revenue sharing sites that I am a part of, so I am constantly getting $ in daily, but, suddenly I am getting a mysterious couple of bucks a day that I am unable to trace.
Does anyone know how to track adsense earnings that come from here? Because I suspect that's where this mystery money is coming from, but this site doesn't give you any earnings tracking information. Just page hit info.
I am unfamiliar with multiple sites in connection with adsense, but you might consider signing up for google analytics. It shows me which page every penny comes from - I would think it would do the same with multiple sites.
you can take help of Google analytics. This shows you the from which traffic comes and how much earning is there or you can also create channels in the Google ad sense which tells you the earning from the channels
The easiest way to track whether or not the earnings are coming from Hubpages is to create a channel on Adsense named "Hubpages". Take the publisher ID code from that channel and enter that for your Adsense ID here on Hubpages. That's what I did, so now I know exactly how much I'm earning each day from just Hubpages.
Ditto what DB said. You can also track individual hubs by creating a URL channel for each one in AdSense.
I do track all of AdSense earnings from all of my sites in Analytics, but what I cannot do there is easily compare my top pages across sites. You can do that through URL channels in AdSense. Just note that there's a limit (I think 200) of URL channels that you can create.
by rpalulis 7 years ago
Do I have to add the url to each individual hub in my adsense account to track channels? How can I tell how much each hub is or is not earning?
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 Marina 3 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 badcompany99 9 years ago
I have my google analytics set up for hubpages but only in general which shows which hub phrase is the most searched for. Is it possible in any way to set it up so you know which hub is generating the clicks and if so could you share how it's done as it would deff be a great help. Thanks !
by cornwall_UK 7 years ago
I have a website and a couple of blogs and I have hubpages. All are running Google Analytics.When I login to Analytics I: 1] choose my website from the box in the top right hand corner (My Analytics Accounts) and from the left hand box (View Reports)2] Choose CONTENT on the left hand side and...
by Brandon Lobo 6 years ago
I just noticed that I don't get reports on my Adsense clicks in my adsense account based on individual sites. I added my subdomain as a URL channel under My Ads. What do I need to do in order to get reports as to how many clicks I receive on my hubs? I'm not sure whether the clicks are from my hubs...
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