Is there a way I can setup separate channels for multiple hub accounts? So I can see how much traffic/clicks I am getting from each one individually rather than a whole.
You can set upto 200 channels in the adsense account. You have to add your each hub url in the adsense account.
I added my other hub account, but when I try and see the data for it, nothing appears in report...
How can I see how each of my channels are doing separately? I added them both.
Follow these steps.
1. Click "my account" on hubpages.
2. open adsense on another tab.
3. make sure you are using the "old" interface.
4. On your adsense tab, click "Adsense Setup"> "Channels"> "URL Channels"> "+Add new URL channels"
5. Go to your "my account" tab on hubpages. Copy each of your hub's link location (Right click, copy link location).
6. Paste it into the URL channel textarea box. 1 URL per line.
Tip: If you have lots of hubs, on "my account" of your hubpages tab, click export as csv and open it with excel. Extract your URL's from there and you can paste them all in at once.
Note: It will take about a day for you to see data from it. Once this is all set, you will see which URLs are getting clicks.
I did this but the channels are not showing. Does it take a day or so to view?
The channel should appear immediately. Did you make sure you selected 'url channel'?
Did you remember to remove the http://www ? When inserting your url's into the channels, its .....hubpages.com/hub/....
Yes, I selected url channel and also removed the http:// (there is no www).
I am also usig the new adsense interface....not sure if that makes a difference.
go back to the old interface. The new interface currently does not easily report URL channel performance.
That seems to have done the trick. But when I try to view all my channels in the reports, I only see a handful of the 62 I currently have. Are they only showing those that have views for a particular day?
I don't know how you'd get them broken down by accounts as the OP asked rather than by hubs. Don't think it's possible since HubPages owns the domain and hubs aren't listed under author URL subdomains.
Too bad Adsense won't let us use multiple tracking ids like Amazon.
by Paula Atwell 8 years ago
Now what? How do you organize?
by RS Junkie 5 years ago
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by Tammy Cornett 8 years ago
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by Cagsil 4 years ago
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by Kapil Thakar 5 years ago
Once you have applied you cannot change. It sucks and a lot of people have this problem. I suggest checking the Google adsense forums to see if they have found a work-around yet.
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