One of my hubs is getting a lot of views. I was wondering how I can find out in Google Analytics what web site is sending viewers to my hub? Is that even possible?
Yes, you can find that out in analytics. You can check "Content > Referring Sites" Or When you click on content link you'll get data about your hubpages traffic with graph and below that there is one more box which shows referral percentage. (This is the place from where you can find out the referring sites).
Thanks skyfire, boy your response was fast. I didn't know you would answer so quickly. I found "referring sites" under traffic sources and gave me google as the top referring site. Then i clicked on google and it led me to "imgres" as a top referring link. Do you know what "imgres" means?
Oh so that's what that means. A million thanks skyfire.
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