I was wondering if there is way to track in Google or Hubpages when someone is clicking on your links. Are they clicking on a hot link contained within the hub or clicking on a link in a capsule. If anyone could offer some insight I would appreciate. Maybe there isn't a way but I was just curious.... Thank you.
you can use adsense channels for each hub.
I think it can be calculated as many a hubbers use tracker in the link. And as far as I know page viewed from clicking a link don't add to the number of page views so there must be some ways of tracking from where the visitor came from.
Lets see what the experts say.
I'm sssuming you mean capturing a click on a link that takes the person to some place you don't control - for example tracking clicks to an affiliate page.
Back in the bad old days, we'd make the click be a cgi script with the real destination as an argument. The script would record whatever we wanted to know and then redirect to the final destination.
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