# What Are URL Channels and How to Organize Them in Google Adsense


URL Channels allow you to view detailed information about the performance of your Adsense for Content pages .

Suppose you have a blog at moinsbd.com and you also have a blog at wordpress.com . It might be interesting and profitable to track which one is getting more clicks . Log in to your Adsense account and click on Adsense for Content . Scroll down until you see Channels and click on manage channels . You may need to scroll up when the next page loads . Under Manage URL Channels you would type moinsbd.com and click on Create New Channel . You will immediately see moinsbd.com in the Active URL Channels dialogue box Now type in wordpress.com in the same channel text box and again click on Create New Channel . You now have two channels and you will be able to track your progress on each channel . You can view channel reports from the Advanced Report page under the Reports tab . Choose Adsense for Content , choose the date range and then select the Channels Data radio button . Choose any number of active channels by holding down the CTRL key . Next click on Display Report . It’s as easy as that . . . . . . .

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