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How to Track your Xomba Earnings on Adsense

By Edited Oct 27, 2013 1 6

If you are writing and making money on Xomba you may want to track your earnings. Knowing which article or bookmark is earning you the most money online is very important. It will let you know what type of articles you should write more about and ones you do not need. You can use your Google Adsense account to really maximize your profits and make a great deal of income online. Read on.

The first thing that you need to do is go to your Adsense account and sign-in. Now you can click on the Adsense Setup tab at the top of the page. Then you will click on the 'Channels' tab that is right below the My Account tab. Once that is done you should click on the button that says URL channels. Then click on the Add New URL channel to start adding them. You will then go to your Xomba article(s) and start putting in your article URL. You will have to put them in separately which may take time if you have a few hundred articles. It will be worth it in the end.

You can place up to 500 channels on your Adsense account as of now. So when ever you make a new article at Xomba make sure you are posting a new channel at Google Adsense. If you write for eHow, you would know how valuable it is to know which articles are earning you the most money.

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Oct 31, 2009 9:36pm
I never come accross xomba in adsense,can you elaborate more pls
Nov 27, 2009 5:36pm
You have to sign-up with Xomba and Google Adsense. There is a place on your Xomba account that will tell you to provide your Google Adsense publishing ID. Once you post it there you can start earning money from Xomba by way of Google Adsense. Hope this helped. Have fun making money online.
Dec 17, 2009 12:16pm
Thank you for this exccellent information about Xomba and Adsense. Im still trying to figure it all out!
Jun 21, 2010 10:39pm
If you have a lot more blurbs and articles on xomba is there a way just to track all the traffic from xomba in one url channel?
Jan 7, 2011 12:22am
Sure - it is - instead of adding your article URL you add a new url channel just for the xomba site like this: "xomba.com".
Jan 7, 2011 12:23am
Hmm... I did not know that there was a time when you could add up to 500 channels on your Adsense account. (now it is only 200!)
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