How to check the links on my hubs that are getting clicked on? Google analytics?
You can set up your own custom URL trackers, available from the control panel. This will keep track of how many clicks you get on links that integrate each of the trackers.
Here are links to two hubs by Darkside:
I have written this forum post on how to integrate the trackers within your hyperlink. Please not that this was for sign-ups - you will be using different URLs than shown in my example, but the method is the same:
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