When I log into my Adsense account, I can see reports for the traffic for my two blogs, but I can't figure out where to view the traffic for my hubpages even thought my account settings are active.
What am I missing??
I know this is probably a silly question.
In order to track your hubs, you need to enter each hub into a URL channel.
If I don't do that, are my hub impressions just counted in the adsense for content general report? Thanks.
You can though view the general source of views from the stats icom at the top of each hub without going to the trouble of seperating out each one & posting to adsense analytics
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