Just a row with the totals for the columns in URL Tracking.
So I can see overall "sign ups", "hubs created" and "views" at a glance.
I'm working on that Darkside. It also looks like I will be able to dig up the "traffic referral" page view data as well.
What's the difference between "traffic hub views" and "hub traffic"?
I'm guessing "traffic hub views" is what I've sent through the URL tracker?
And "hub traffic" is what the ensuing signed up author has received to their hub?
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