Is there any way of finding out which articles are generating clicks? I have looked around on Google Analytics and can't find anything. But I thought I might have missed something. Anyone know if this can be done?
Inside your analytics, check the left sidebar menu "Content'. Inside this content menu there is sub-item > Top adsense content (or something). By clicking this link you'll get a graph and other details about the content and one more information block related to articles and the top adsense referrers.
Add your individual hubs as channels. On the Adsense overview page (in your account), click on 'advanced reports', then 'manage channels', then 'URL channels' - then 'add new URL channels' then simply copy and paste the URL of the hubs you wish to track.
Probably a quicker way (if lrohner comes along she'll know one way or another) but it achieves what you're asking for
EDIT: ok if skyfire comes along - he'll know too
View Reports > Hubpages Profile inside analytics, these two will help you spot the top articles which are getting traffic and adsense clicks.
1. Dashboard > Content > Adsense > Top Content
2. Dashboard > Content > Top Content
I NEVER remember how to do this, so I have this in my bookmarks:
"How do I link my AdSense account to Google Analytics?"
http://www.google.com/support/analytics … swer=92625
Thanks for the help, not got time to try it out now, will have a look tomorrow.
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