Is there a way to track the Adsense earnings for specific hubs? That is, is there a way to determine which hub/article received the click notice I see on the Google Adsense management site?
Yes. You can integrate your AdSense and Analytics so that Analytics will track each hub's earnings/activities.
You can also set up URL channels in AdSense for each hub. There is a limit of (I think) 200 URL channels, but it looks like that will be enough for you for now.
Yes, assign channels to each hub you create inside Google Adsense. Then import your Google Adsense to Google Anayltics, and you can track everything you need.
creating individual adsense channels is time consuming, hook up adsense to analytics and you should be able to track your earnings with a wide range of tools and statistics.
I had the same question, thanks guys I needed to know this too. When I need answers, come to the forums. duh.
I set channels for hubpages.com in my account. Now, thanks friends, i know how to track each hub.
I can see traffic statistics for each hub in Analytics, but not earnings. Even on days I have Adsense Earnings from Hubpages, all of my hubs say $0 in analytics. Any idea why?
Thanks, I was wondering how to do this. I did not know you could set up channels for individual hubs.
by Eileen Hughes 13 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 sunstreeks 12 years ago
When I want to increase my Adsense on hubs that are not making much I open up a browser tab with in my list of hubs and open up my Adsense account in another browser tab.This will work right now if you have already been tracking your hubs using url channels in Adsense, if you aren't already do so,...
by Jason Seale 7 years ago
Hi Fellow Hubbers!I have done a bit of (unscientific) averaging of AdSense income on HubPages.com, and calculated an earnings rule for Hubs:On average, any given hub will earn about $10.00 per year.My page showing my sources is: http://hubpages.com/hub/Hubbers-Reveal- … s-EarningsDoes this...
by BristolBoy 12 years ago
Is anyone else having a massive adsense earnings boost?I checked my earnings at about 6 and had very little, and yet now have much more in there. In Adsense this accounts for about half my clicks and about a third of my impressions of all time. Whats more, I am not showing anything up...
by Laura Schneider 9 years ago
It would be really helpful to see what the monetary value of each hub is per day or week or month (preferably per day or month) as an additional column on the main statistics page. For example, a Hub that was published years ago may have many views, but since they were acquired over a long time the...
by Dan Harmon 12 years ago
I have diligently watch my adsense and analytics charts and graphs for over a month now, trying to get a clue that I was doing something right. Today I actually found I made money in June - my first real month of effort. A whole $.02! I hadn't realized I could make money...
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