Is there any way I can use AdSense channels with Hub Pages?
You can make each individual Hub a custom channel - max 200. Otherwise, use a URL channel and you get a combined figure for all your Hubs (and your profile page, if anyone ever clicks those ads).
One of us is missing something. I was sure one cannot use custom channel with HP, cause there is no place to paste channel ID.
And one can have separate URL channels for every single hub, if desired...
I haven't bothered with custom channels, but someone else said they had done it with each Hub until they ran out of the 200. It might have been Whitney ... ?
And whoever it was may have been using one URL channel per page rather than custom channels, too, and posted using vague language that I then misinterpreted - these things have been known to happen ...
I am using URL channels for individual hubs and other blogs. Adsense has assigned a custom channel by default for "video units" being used for blogger. A/C
If you want to use adsense then you can use any other channel why you want to make the beautiful concept of hubpages complicated & congested.
How do you set up a channel for all of your hubs? I think I'm missing something. Is this done here, or at Adsense? Does anyone have a step-by-step? I'm a bit clueless with how this works.
It is done on Adsense. AdsenseSetup->Channels. just put "hubpages.com" and it will contain all of your hubpages clicks and impressions. No www!
by Kate Swanson 10 years ago
When I first signed up for Adsense, I was adding my Hubs individually as channels, which worked. I got a bit lazy, though, and only had about one third of my Hubs entered. Then I saw Paul's advice to enter hubpages.com/* as a channel, which would then pick up everything. I assumed that meant...
by CathyL 8 years ago
Can anyone tell me how I can put a channel into hubpages so that I can monitor my adsense clicks?Thanks
by SunSeven 11 years ago
I am a little mixed up about this right now. Currently I have individual channels for each Hubs. Can use some help regarding the follows:How do I add a single adsense channel for all my hubs together?How do I add adsense channels for my groups?How do I add adsense channels based on tags?Thanks
by Becki Rizzuti 9 years ago
Can I put in hubpages.com for a channel? Will that track all of my earnings from Hubpages so that I can have a separate channel for everything on my own sites/s?I've never been clear on this. Thanks for any help in advance!
by Dave McClure 10 years ago
I have an adsense channel for myworkdomain.com and for myhomedomain.com Is there any way to create a similar channel (in Google) that tracks aadsense on my hubs? Thanks!
by Enni82 7 years ago
So I've done some reading but still confused how the adsense tracking works. The more I read the less I feel I understand... I added a few of my hubs to the url channels but I don't want to track hubs individually. I want to track them all at once. At least to get started, can I just add a channel...
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