My HP age is almost two years and I feel like a baby sometimes. For instance, I look at my statistics and I see that the hub with a score of 95 had only 11 clicks in one day, but a hub that had 725 clicks in one day has a score of 89. How is it possible?
Also, can you check if a hub made any money if you didn't add its URL to tracker?
11 clicks or 11 page views? I'm guessing page views. Hubscore is computed on a variety of factors. Read here: http://hubpages.com/faq/#hubscorecalc
To check to see if you have made money go to my account >> affiliate settings. Click on the links, sign into your affiliate accounts and check there.
Here are a couple of other bits to read on tracking your adsense.
Susana, thank you very much for your reply and tips.
Sorry, of course, page views! With so many clicks I would be a millionaire. LOL.
And I am doing the routine of checking affiliates accounts. What I mean is that very often my earning are slightly more (like at least several cents, but sometimes a couple of dollars) than the total of registered hubs earnings. It means that some hub that I did not create a channel URL in my Google Adsense account gives some earning. Do I have to create a channel URL in my Google Adsense account for every single hub to track its earning?
Also, can I check earnings from the certain hub?
uf, so much to learn yet.
My advice is not to worry about individual hub scores UNLESS you are using them for links to another site and UNLESS the score dips below 40. I've got one hub that gets roughly 300 pageviews per day that has a hubscore that's less than one that gets about 10 pageviews per day. I gave up trying to figure it out a long, long time ago.
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