I have set up hubpages.com as a url channel in my adsense right from the time I am working at hubpages. Now I want to track individual hubs so had updated 3 hubs url in adsense. Even though the hubs are getting traffic I am not seeing any impression in adsense. Do I need to remove hubpages.com url to track individual hubs?
Do you mean you setup Hubpages.com as a "Custom" Channel? I hope so.
You are to use URL channels for your hubs, not for your primary Hubpages.com account.
Setting up one "Custom" channel, grants Adsense access to Hubpages.com account.
Setting up individual URL channels are for each Hub you make. You can have up to 199 channels.
I had put up hubpages.com both in Url channel as well as Custom channel set up. Do I need to remove it from the url channel category to be able to track individual hubs at adsense?
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