I currently don't have a channel set up for HubPages in my adsense, but I do have channels for each website I own. I would like one for hubPages so I can see the CTR really quickly. I do have adsense in my google analytics for HubPages but it's really a pain to view when, all my CTRs are right there in AdSense.
I heard you can create a channel for each hub. How is this done?
Open yor AdSense account, click on Performance Reports, it opens, then on the left side click on URL Channels (second from above). After the page opens klick on "+Add URLs to track" there - as Misha said - copy your hub URL and paste. Click on "Add URLs". That's all.
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