So, I see in my profile where I can see the overall traffic growth of my hubs in a graph format.
I also see where I can see the individual hub historical trends of the number of views per day.
I was looking, though, for the same graph for article groupings of hubs. Does anyone know how to do that? It would be nice to see how a particular grouping of hubs is tracking over time.
I don't think there is a way to compare groups. Just your account as a whole and hubs on their own.
by Blake Flannery14 months ago
This is a side by side comparison of my hub traffic compared to the Quantcast graph for the same last two year period. So, what are the implications? What are your experiences?
by BundleBoy7 years ago
Instead of fiddling around with Google Adsense and Analytics to figure out which Hub is making me money, Can the team add a new feature to show number of ad clicks for each hub?I am techie and I have been fiddling...
by Janis Leslie Evans21 months ago
I'm researching for my latest hub article and noticed that the top articles on the subject (at the top of Google) don't have a lot of images at all. They typically have one pic at the top, several links throughout the...
by Mark Ewbie4 years ago
I like the graph as a quick snapshot of how my stuff is doing.It would be great if the graph could show only the hubs selected via the Group or other options - rather than displaying ALL hubs.
by Marcy Goodfleisch4 years ago
I just discovered at least one of my unpublished hubs appeared at the bottom of one of my published hubs, in the area where the site loads hubs we have written on similar topics. I reported this to admin but...
by Marina17 months ago
Hi everyone! Today we released an update to the Hub Groups interface in My Account. The new interface closely matches the About the Author UI and should be familiar to many of you. Please note that we did not make any...
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