I already have an adsense account set up and I entered my publishing code into my "affiliates" section on HubPages...my question is, how do I know what articles are earning what, or even being view, for that matter?
So far my 1 solo Hub has multiple views, and those do not show up on my Adsense tracking.
Can anyone help?
Thanks in advance!
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I did that. It has already been confirmed and everything...I am just wondering where I see page impressions and eventually earnings.
Thanks for the response, but can anyone clarify my specific question?
Has anybody but you seen your article??? Sometimes if you see your article, Google Adsense doesn't count it as a view, but your hubpage will. It also might have something to do that you are so new... 36 hours probably isn't enough time for Adsense to get all of the stats rounded up. Hope this helps!
You can see what hubs are being viewed and how many times under "my account" in the HubPages control panel.
To see Adsense impressions, log into Adsense. To get the specific figures for individual hubs, set up channels for each hub. However, signing up for Google Analytics will automate this process and give you more in-depth information as well.
Remember that HubPages gets 40 percent of the page impressions, therefore pageviews and Adsense impressions will not be the same.
"You can see what hubs are being viewed and how many times under "my account" in the HubPages control panel."
But I would see earnings under my adsense page, correct?
How will I see the earnings there if the page views I am getting are not showing up there?
Confusing! I don't want to get discouraged I want to start writing like a mad woman instead of trying to figure this out!!
Correct, by logging into Adsense.
Note that recording of Adsense page impressions are delayed compared with HubPages pageviews. Try to wait a day or so. If Adsense impressions are not being recorded, there may be a configuration problem.
I could think of better things to do as well. But we're here to try to help you with that.
You have only one hub so wait for a while. Still you need to know the page impression go to advanced reports in adsense account.
Welcome to the site. Are you referring to channels?
If you click on Adsense Setup>Channels>URL channels>Add new URL channel,
You can create a channel for each hub address to track views and clicks.
OR you can link your analytics and adsense and visit Content>Adsense for a better breakdown.
However, when newly published, hubs will show in several sections of the site as new content, as well as be emailed to your followers. So the visits you get for the first few days will be internal ones (from hubpage members), which means no clicks.
You may have to wait a few days, weeks or months (depending on the topic, competition and keywords) to start getting views from google.
Of course only about 1-5% of google visitors will click an advert.
Looks like all these lovely hubbers have covered it for you. Just want to welcome you to Hubpages
I still don't see any views under adsense. It may still be too early (3-4 days in?).
I understand that there shouldn't necessarily be any clicks but when the views aren't showing, it makes me wonder how I will get paid when I do start getting the clicks.
I assume the status for Google in the Affiliate Settings part of your HubPages control panel shows: "active." If my assumption is incorrect, something went wrong with the sharing process.
If my assumption is correct, then inside your Adsense control panel, you could try creating a separate channel for each of your two hubs. This will also give you the advantage of providing detailed statistics for each hub (Google Analytics does this automatically).
Also keep in mind that:
-You get 60% of the page impressions, HubPages gets 40%, and only your share gets recorded by Adsense. If you have very few views and no clicks, there may simply be too little data for Adsense to even record;
-Adsense should be enabled for your hubs by default. By going into "edit" mode, you can double-check that advertisement level is set to "high" (not low or disabled).
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