Sir, I would like to connect HTML code of stat counter to my articles in Hub pages. Is it possible?
Nope. No reason to considering all stats are tracked already.
Sir, if I adding the code then I can get the report from where can I get adsense revenue.
You can't add any counters or other code to your hubpages.
No code needed to track your visitors.
HubPages has it's own statistic counter, which is a rolling 24 hours format.
Google Adsense has it's own statistic counter, as well. However, it's locked into a 24 hours period before it resets.
All you have to do is connect your Google Adsense Publisher's ID into your earnings section. Once you connect Google Adsense to HubPages, you will get your stats in both locations.
Aside from that- you cannot add code or HTML to Hubs.
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