I clicked on the traffic sources, but it just says X amount of traffic from Google for all of my hubs combined. Is there a way to do check which individual hubs are receiving the traffic?
Each individual Hub will tell you where your visitors are coming from: When you are logged on go to a Hub and click on the 'stats' button, that gives you, Day, Week, Month, Total broken-down figures for that particular hub. (some views are not discernible)
Open the hub and press the "stats" button there. Of course, if you have a lot of hubs, it may take a while to look at every one.
I don't know of any other way.
Open a Google Analytics account, enter the ID they give you into the Affiliate Settings section of My Account here on HP, and let it track everything for you in one nifty place. Be sure to use the URL hubpages.com when signing up. It's free, BTW.
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