So i was reading online about how some articles will actually have ads that award 1 dollar per click (rare) but I was wondering where do you find how much a single article is earning you? I know that you can see how many views a certain article is getting but I cant find out how much specific articles are giving me.
Also i know that most articles will not earn me 1 dollars but if a ad gave me .00000000001 of a penny I would like to know.
With hubads, you don't know. With adsense you can enter URL channels to narrow it down to the page level.
I am have about 20 hubs and I got rare clicks of which one was 50 cents, which is not bad. Some one got $3 for a click, and she/he (most probably she) is our own hubber.
If you have your analytics linked with adsense, you don't have to sepserate hubs by urls channels, through analytics you can see which hubs got clicks and earned cents to dollars.
Hello all, I have an ebay icon, it allows me to place ebay items for sale on my pages, but when I check status, where adsense and hubads say active, ebay says not active, any ideas?..thanks in advance. By the way I did go through the set up process.
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by Paula Atwell 8 years ago
Now what? How do you organize?
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