How does one know which hubs Google is sending traffic to without clicking on the hubs to view the individual stats? It seems as if clicking on them to view these kind of things skews the traffic reports.
As your traffic grows, you will almost certainly find that the large majority is from google. Given that, the stats page is pretty close.
Analytics will also tell where the traffic for individual hubs is coming from. If you haven't signed up for that, do so.
by Kelly Kline Burnett6 years ago
Is there a way within Hub Pages to see which articles are only receiving Hub traffic? I try to beef up the low performing Hubs but it would help to know which Hubs have no outside traffic. Or is the score of...
by Kelly Kline Burnett4 years ago
I have been struggling with Google traffic and finally out of frustration, I unpublished close to 30 hubs that simply weren't getting traffic.If I leave these unpublished for more than 30 days, will they look new to...
by Bobbeacham4 years ago
I don't have big hub numbers but my Google traffic has gone from 40 - 60 views per day to nil and hubs that were in the top ten search results have suddenly disappeared.This is true of hubs I've had for a couple of...
by suziecat73 years ago
The Google traffic to my Hubs not only tanked but are in the minus numbers now. I don't have a clue why or what to do about it. I've always had decent traffic riding the ups and downs but hanging on. Now I'm drowning....
by Lena Kovadlo3 years ago
If a hub is not featured does that mean that it doesn't get any search engine traffic from Google or other search engines?
by aa lite4 years ago
This might be a complete co-incidence, but I switched to the new profile a couple of days ago, and today Google is pretending it doesn't know me. Hubs that ranked on the first page for main keyword are not found...
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