(This only works in the NEW adsense interface.)
1. Click on Performance Reports.
2. Click on Sites (halfway down list on left)
You'll have a list of everywhere that your Adsense code is being displayed, the impressions and the clicks, for each separate subdoomain user.
This is really useful information. I normally use the old interface and missed this - very helpful. Thanks.
Thanks so much QuestionMaster! You are the....'Master!"
Nice. This new Sites report is added on 24 June 2011.
Seems like the new subdomain user thing by Hubpages gives an additional usage on showing performance report.
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