Has anyone found a correlation with the Hub Metrics revenue generating indicators and actual revenue earning potential of a hub? Just curious. I look at it all the time and I guess I don't understand the whole concept behind it, and I'd like to know if there seems to be any accuracy to it. Thanks!
The metric indicators are the roughest of guesstimates of earning potential. Low $ hubs can earn well if they get a ton of traffic. High $ hubs might not earn a dime if they are poorly written.
Your actual dollar mileage will vary.
Anyone actually crunching stats in their Hubs and getting anywhere based on those is using Analytics.
by dingdong8 years ago
MetricsWord Count: 321Revenue Potential: $$$Incoming Links: ∗View Duration: ∗∗∗First Published: 11/11/08---------------------------------Ok, I don't know whether it's new addition or I failed to notice before....
by lrohner7 years ago
I have a hub just under 1,000 words that gets approx. 100 visitors per day. The hub metrics shows View Duration and Incoming Links at 5 stars. But the revenue potential only shows at a single $. How is that calculated?
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts8 years ago
I notice we now have a new tab under stats called hub metrics - i understand published date and word count - but the symbols for incoming links - is there a rough guide to how many links are how many * and are links all...
by Brie Hoffman6 years ago
What is your experience with it?
by Denise Mai4 years ago
To share my hubs on social networks I need to go into each hub, artificially showing as a reader, to grab the link. If there was a way to grab the link without going into the hub, our stats would be more accurate.
by spease7 years ago
Is the Revenue potential in the hub metrics based strictly on the subject of the content? Or is there something that can be done to improve that?
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