With all this talk of Hub Karma and so on, I am wondering how I can go about seeing how a visitor leaves my hubs, do they click a link in my text, a HP link or just go back on their browser..
Can it be done or is this something for "suggest a new feature"?
That would be Google analytics, entry paths and exit paths.
Thank you, I have not set up analytics yet, I keep seeing it mentioned but have not got that far as setting it up, too busy on these forums... Maybe tomorrow..lol
Off to publish a hub or two if I can... need to motivate myself..
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