Ummm....I think my adsense is not working right. I had an account already for blogspot before I came here. I just copied my same user id over to this one cause we can only have 1 adsense account from google. Well when I go see what my reports say it is only telling me things about my blog and I dont even use it anymore. Nothing from hubpages is there. But the google analytics reports does have my hub information like pageviews and all that. It says I make zero dollars. Is this just because I dont have enough pageviews? How do I tell the adsense to come over and get my hub visitors and all that? I mean the information or whatever so it will pay me.
Sorry for all the questions but I have been wanting to ask for a long time but thought I should give it some time to get it over there but it still has not done it.
You don't get paid for pageviews, you only get paid when genuine clicks happen. And since you've only been here for three weeks, not seeing earnings yet from Hubs is not too out of the ordinary.
In Adsense Set up ---Channels --- Add URL channel as hubpages.com
Then you will get reports of impressions and clicks from hub pages.
I have already added Hubpages in my URL Channel but it doesn't shows anything eventhough I know I am making good money from HP.
Guidebaba , after you add the url to the channel, you have to click the small box near to it and "tick" it. After this from drop down menu you have to select activate. After this , reports will show correctly
Thanks Shinu. I will just check it out. I just added: www. hubpages.com .
Shinu, I just checked my Adsense A/C. All of my Sites, Blogs, hubpages is Active. Still, just checked all of them and Activated all of them. Let me see now.
Once you add HubPages as a URL channel, it only reports stats from that point FORWARD. It will not give you retroactive data.
I just got the answer in Adsense itself. Here is what it says:
* The first step is to log in and click on the AdSense Setup tab. A row of links will appear beneath the tabs - click the Channels link.
* Next, make sure you are on the subtab for the right product -- AdSense for content or AdSense for search -- and that you're creating a URL channel rather than a custom channel. Click the Add new URL channel link, then create a new channel for each directory by entering their addresses (omitting the 'www') into the resulting box.
I was using "www" all this while and this is why it wasn't showing any data for Earnings from HP.
I have added the channel also but I left off the http:// instead of the www LOL oops!
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