This has been sent to our engineering team to be addressed.
Thanks for everyone's patience.
The hope is to get this feature back live on the site this week.
Just confirmed that we do have Traffic Sources back up on the site.
As tags have been retired, that section is no longer on the site.
I hope not! I miss having that information readily accessible in the Hub information.
I have no idea. While I use it for a brief look at a hub, I usually check Webmaster Tools for a more thorough look at search terms, clicks, rank, etc. I like to look at the query details pages and see any changes.
hmmm. Any comments from HP on this? I don't have search terms for the hubs I checked.
They probably removed it so those only using their ad program can access such information seems access to our analytics info may get monetized over time. Kind of reminds me of the process how FN treaties get eroded too
Anyway to bring the feature back to the HP view? I know I can go into webmaster tools and see the search, but I liked seeing it specific to each hub because i used it to maybe tune my title or gave me ideas for niche hubs based on other searched words.
Can we get some response from the HP team on this issue?
I have sent this to our engineering team to see if this is a bug.
The info I have is that search terms should hopefully be back in the next few days.
Any progress on this? Mine still aren't showing.
I think we have (or soon will) remove that section from the site.
The plan is to work on it and deploy the feature in the near future.
That's not good. What sort of waiting time do we have, or has this something to do with google and you have to work around it?
I hope it comes back, it is helpful to see how readers find the hub with a quick glance.
Well, nothing has been fixed. Title tuner does not work either.
I have found this to be one of the most helpful resources on Hubpages.
Why do they have to remove it and work on it? Why can't they copy it and leave the existing version in place and once the new version is up and running, swap them over? That's what most businesses have to do. Wouldn't it also lead to a smoother run site and a lot less bugs?
Is there any update when this will be sorted? Last update said in a few days, but it's been almost 2 weeks since then.
It's not as easy to see this data in my analytics etc and is probably the best feature HP provides.
Is the same problem that is affecting a link in the Learning Center on to how to send a DMCA - it is mentioned as a link in the bit about duplicate content. However when you click on the link (to how to file a DMCA) you land on a 410 message page.
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by peachy 3 years ago
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by Jenna Inouye 4 years ago
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