I finally decided to try Google Analytics out because everyone says it goes way deeper into the analysis of your hubs than hubpages does. Another reason I decided to sign up is because it will not show your views or some person refreshing 20 times. But I have hubs that have not even been published and it says they have 3 unique views. Why is this?
And how often are your analytic statistics updated?
If you don't want Analytics tracking your own views, you need to go into Filter Manager and create a filter to exclude your IP address. Like AdSense, Analytics are continually updated, although they could be an hour or more behind.
by naresha4 years ago
Hi Members.... I am new to this Hubpages.com. After creating new account, I posted new article and it show that "This Hub is not published, only you can see it." - Need Help in this...
by samsoft7 years ago
Please i need HELP! under my page impression for today i find 3, and under my statistics its 9, Please, can i anyone tell me what is happen, Now! my total number is 465 under statistics and under Total Page impressions...
by Rajan Singh Jolly4 years ago
Has there been another update from Google? I ask since my views have been dropping rapidly every hour since the past 6 hours. Surprisingly the total views in the stats has remained stationary since the same time.Stats...
by jvhirniak2 years ago
There is a huge disparity between my Hub stats and my stats in Google Analytics. Hub stats shows me getting 300+ page views per day. Google shows about 20 per day. This disparity started around one month...
by dogluver17 years ago
Ask me whatever it is you came for. I'll give it a shot!
by Mark5 years ago
I want to get my referral to writing hubs, I mean I literally have more than 20 referrals who have just signed up and not written anything, What can I do to get them writing.SOMEONE PLEASE HELP
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