Is there a way to mark our hubs with particular ad sense channels? I actually made a whole dollar yesterday on adsense that I don't know where it came from. Most of my personal web sites have channels on them.
My hubpages don't.
It would be nice to know which of my hubs are actually getting clicks.
Yes you can you use url channels- I set up a channel per a hub - but there is a limit to channels 250 I think - so soon I will have to start pruning!
Yes I have a channel for every one of my hubs. This facility is within AdSense not HubPages. What you don't seem to be able to track is affiliate hub traffic - mine is around 90% of my traffic so I can only track earnings from my own writing.
Thank you, BDazzler, for asking this question! I didn't realize that you could track by URL at Google. I just assumed that since HubPages doesn't let you assign a channel name, you couldn't track individual hubs. I never would have known better if you hadn't asked. I'm going to Google to set mine up to track individually right now!
I still haven't set up channels or analytics. I need to get my behind in gear on this. Thanks for asking this question on this thread and getting me going again!
I want to learn. How can I set URL channels in my hubs and other sites?
Yes - once in AdSense account select 'AdSense setup' then select 'channels' then 'url channels' then you can add new channels.. Good luck!
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 steve83 8 years ago
I am seeing no hubpages stats in my adsense account. I added my adsense details to my hubpages account, and it appears to be set up correctly. I've also clicked the confirm email from Google to allow hubpages to access my account. I've tried re-adding my adsense details and re-clicking the Google...
by Dorsi Diaz 10 years ago
I have seen some discussion about using channels here for hubs and honestly, being a newbie I have'nt got that far yet. (this is definitely an earn while I learn experience!) So my question is for those that use the channel feature- what is the best way to go about using them and have you made more...
by yanminis 8 years ago
I've joined hubpages last month because of all the words spreading around about it and since then I've created about 50 hubs all spread out over several accounts. Now I've targeted long tail keywords for my hubs with average CPC of 2$ and about 1000 hits per day. My hubs are ranking well and I'm...
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
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