Just wanted to point out that when I was looking at some of my page stats I saw one that made me wonder what it was. The reference came from Google.com.eg. I took a look at it, and it seems to be written (I'm merely taking an educated guess here, however) in what I believe to be written in a middle eastern language.
Somebody's taking the time to convert my text into something they can easily understand.
Has anyone else noticed this? I think it's so cool that we almost have a universal translator between our cultures through Google.
Hi GM yes, I get lots traffic from other countries also. It is interesting and agree, it feels good that a whole other culture is interested in my Hub or learning about our worlds.
About 1/2 of my google hits come from other countries.
That set me wondering, and I had a little look. Over the past week, my google hits have been:
If you have Analytics it will show you where your traffic is coming from. Mine is almost exclusively US, India and the UK with a few from Saudi Arabia as well.
google.com 14 187 288 288
search.yahoo.com 16 111 193 193
mail.comcast.net 24 24 24 24
google.co.uk 3 15 22 22
google.ca 1 8 18 18
mail.yahoo.com 1 6 18 18
mail.google.com 1 8 14 14
digg.com 0 1 14 14
search.aol.com 0 8 13 13
search.msn.com 1 10 12 12
twitter.com 1 11 11 11
pyrabang.com 1 10 10 10
ask.com 5 7 9 9
google.co.za 0 5 7 7
google.co.in 0 3 6
According to Hubpages Traffic Sources page exactly half (15) of my top 30 traffic sources are Google pages, many of which cover countries which don't have English as a first language. Also .eg is Egypt, as this page shows.
i do get traffic from google.np also dont know which country it is. But i think if we use any country name in hub it will get registered in the same country google.
.np is Nepal. Guessing you may have a hub which is relevant to Nepal (either Nepal is mentioned or it is relevent to Nepalese internet users).
I get a lot of traffic from the Middle East, but I don't think of that as 'other countries' because I live here! The Internet doesn't care about boundaries, though some countries censor content pretty heavily.
Here are my sources, lots of Googles
My Google Anylaics account shows I got a click from almost every *known* country in the world. Some of the lesser known aren't there.
Hi can you please help me understand that google analytics I just find it too complicated to follow. Ty
Signup for google analytical and create a url of hubpages.com(as a new project) and you will get stats on dashboard.
Ty, I have written a long hub on Google Analytics. Would you be willing to take a look and see if it's helpful to you? If its still confusing, please let me know and I will try to explain further.
You're lucky! I am hardly getting any traffic at all :-(
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