I'm really curious to match my personal traffic to HubPages to see if the peaks and valleys are related to my content or to overall web habits. For instance, if my numbers dip over the weekend and HubPage's numbers as a whole dip over the weekend, then that makes sense. However, if weekend usage surges, but my particular content is popular with weekend users, I can tweak things accordingly. Does that make sense. Is there anyway to sense how many view HubPages is getting on a daily basis?
This is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so much!
He gave you to think which only shows traffic from the U.S. Here's the correct link which shows all traffic to HubPages:
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