Over the course of 2 months or so, I've noticed totally random traffic spikes.
Then I found the hourly tracking tool and noticed that they last no more than 2 hours.
They have little or nothing to do with new Hub publication or my own visitations.
These are like 10 fold normal traffic....4 times in 7 weeks.
Anybody know why...I get excited, then disappointed.
by amvabecreations27 hours ago
Is there a way to track traffic (in addition to the statistics page) for individual hubs? Does anyone use google analytics for this?
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