I have recently had a hub get a small boost in traffic for a few days, but I am unable to figure out where the traffic is coming from...the stats on the hub don't show any obvious increase, but there is the note that not all views have a discernable source. Just wondering if someone could let me know a different way I might be able to figure that out.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Webmaster tools. More than likely the traffic is internal.
Webmaster Tools only shows you Google traffic. If you go to Google Analytics, you can see the different traffic sources and any changes. In Google Analytics under the Reporting tab, go to Acquisition>All Traffic >Source Medium. Your traffic sources will be shown in this report. At the top of the page, you can select a date range to look at changes during a certain time period, or you can click on a specific source, e.g., Pinterest, and see its traffic changes. Hope that helps!
Glimmer: Webmaster tools gives a lot of information such as top queries which is keyword used by searchers who come to your hub, top pages, etc which HP does not do.
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