Seems like no one is being to the point here for you. Allow me.
You can see the traffic stats on Google Analytics by first clicking on the blue link for that says "view report". At the bottom right you will see Content Overview,again click on "view report" under that. Then you can click on "view full report" under the Top Content Section. This will show you your traffic and as you toy around with other sections it will tell you other info.
A good thing to do is to go to your AdSense account page and create what they call URL Channels for each Hub which will keep the stats for each one separately and together under the Hubpages channel.
You do this by clicking on the Adsense Setup Tab,then click Channels, where it says Custon Channels| URL Channels you will click URL Channels then the add URL Channels and input the links there and save them. This will then keep the record for CTR, eCPM and earnings for each Hub separately so you can track which ones are performing best $ wise. A good click rate is 3% and eCPM they say is $3.50 though I have no idea why as mine is almost triple that. Guess it just depends on the market value of the keywords you target.
You can also put in the add URL Channels for social bookmarking sites such as SheToldMe that do revenue sharing and it will track them just the same.
You're welcome - Though you cannot delete or deactivate any url in the new adsense interface. Also, I just tried the new interface now and I can't see the option to add new urls, has the option to only add urls which were there in the previous interface. Anyways I use analytics so won't be bothering about it much.
But still if anyone knows how to add new urls, let me know!!
All you have to do is create the HUbpages profile and it will eventually recognize it on it's own. You also have to make sure you allow Hubpages to access your account. I think they go through and put the code in for you.
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