I frequently get links to my stuff that comes from sites like Facebook and stuff, and when I try to see where the link is specifically, I can't. You click on the "facebook" thing that shows up on the stats tab of the hub, it just takes you to generic facebook... same goes for pretty much everything else. How do you find links that are in forums and stuff when all you get from stats is the front page? Or is there a way?
Are you talking about Google Stats or HubPages Stats?
Google Statictics gives more options.
Try doing a site specific search using Google like
"hubpages" site:facebook.com just replace the quoted term with your terms or titles.
Interesting. I just spent some time trying to find it that way (I had no idea you could do that) but no luck. THanks tho, I still learned something right there.
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