Hub page statistics gives us only page views for different intervals. Google gives unique individual visits which is better and shows the spread. The split between direct, referred and search engine traffic can also be seen in Google. But how does one know whether your getting traffic from other than members of hub pages or not? Is there a way?
by Thomas Byers4 years ago
A lot of people fail to see how important research can be. Below is a list of the most popular niches. Make Money or Save Money* Debt* Insurance* Credit cards* Loans* And many moreSelf...
by Thomas Byers8 years ago
I thought I would start publishing some search engine tips to help everyone to get some extra hits from the search engines.1. Long TailDo you know what the Long Tail is. Its where you use a 3-5 word title for your Hub...
by johnfl3 years ago
I have been on Hub Pages about a year and I have written about 27 Hubs and they have received close to 5000 views, which I felt was not bad and my status hovers between 82-88. Last week I had about 8 of my Hubs...
by Mike Russo4 years ago
I'm trying to understand RSS feeds. I think the capsule is a reader that aggreates feeds from other websites, but I'm not sure
by Gary Anderson9 months ago
But I am wondering why there seems to be competition in the real google world and no competition showing for it in the external keyword tool world?
by qeyler9 months ago
I've been writing here for quite a few years, I go back to the ancient era before the 'featured' 'not featured' declension.I have found that 'fixing' a Hub which is not featured is a total waste of time, as in a day or...
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