Google AdSense allows you to track your earnings based on URLs that you can specify by using the URL Channel features. Google AdSense support earning tracking based on the following types of URLs:

You can start tracking your AdSense earnings using URL Channel by following these steps:

  1. Log in to your Google AdSense account.
  2. Click on the Ads menu
  3. Scroll down and click on URL Channels
  4. Click the New URL Channel button
  5. Enter a list of URLs.
    • Single page
    • Multiple pages (grouped)
    • Directory
    • Single domain
    • Subdomain
  6. Click add

To view the report

  1. Click on reports
  2. Scroll down and click on URL Channels.
  3. Change parameters for report dashboard.

1) Create URL channel

To create a URL channel, go to Performance Reports → URL Channels in your Google AdSense dashboard. Over there click on the Add URLs to track button.

At the Add URL to track window, enter the URL that you wish to track and click the Add URLs button to finish.

i) URL options

There are few options for you in tracking your AdSense earning using URL channel. You can enter as many rules as you want in the Enter URLs, one per line textarea as in the examples below, one URL per line.

a) Single page

Enter the exact URL of a single page that you want to track

example.com/web/adsense/track-earning-url-channel

b) Multiple pages (script)

Enter the full path of the script, without the '?'. This will track example.com/doku.php?id=pageone, example.com/doku.php?id=pagetwo, etc.

example.com/doku.php

c) Directory

Enter partial URL or directory name to track.

example.com/web/adsense

d) Subdomain

Enter the subdomain to track. The following is example is to track the www subdomain.

www.example.com

e) Domain

Enter the domain name to track. The following example will track the whole domain of example.com, including all the subdomains.

example.com

2) View report

After implementing the URL channel, you should be able to view the report by going to Performance Reports → URL Channels from your Google AdSense dashboard.

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