What URL do I use to create a channel on adsense for my hubs? Hopefully, I don't have to create a channel for each one.
if you want individual tracking of each url visible in your adsense - then that is exactly what you have to do.
But the easier way is to connect your adsense and analytics accounts so that each url is automatically visible and trackable on its own.
There is a hub on connecting Hp / analytics /adsense by a hubber named Shalini that should get you sorted in about 5 minutes
Use Analytics as SF said.
You don't really need it now - for 9 hubs, channels are fine, but Analytics is much, much more than just Adsense and when you reach the point where you will truly appreciate that statement, you will be happy to have had Analytics turned on early.
Scroll down to "Setting Up Google AdSense Channel for HubPages" on this Learning Center article.
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