OK, I may be obsessive - I admit it, I always look at my traffic. I would like to see another column of my average daily or perhaps average monthly verses current. Or perhaps just a graph to see where I am headed.
What would help you best? An average daily to compare or an average monthly?
There use to be a graph that we could view on our profile page. Since the changes I am not sure if we still have one; if we do I have not yet discovered the location of it.
The best way to see your traffic is to use Google Analytics. Once you set that up you can see lots of different information as well as the detailed graphs and pie charts. You can see where the traffic is coming from and if it is being viewed on laptops or phones etc.
It is useful to see which pages have achieved results for you, and also the words are being used in the search terms that finds your hubs and writing elsewhere.
There is even a way to see traffic in real time, but I never have the time to sit and study that.
If you already know this, because you were only asking about on HubPages graphs; sorry. I hope someone will find this useful when they read it.
2uesday, there's a graph on your account statistics page. Check it out.
Haha I actually spotted it before the compulsory switch over and was wondering why it's in two places. After that was done, I realized
by Cardia 4 years ago
I haven't been as active on HP during the past few months, but I started again last month. However, I can't seem to find the traffic graph that used to pop up over the hubs in the 'My Account' section. Is it that they stopped using it? I have the HP official app and on there the graph hasn't...
by Paul Deeds 10 years ago
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by Kristen Howe 3 years ago
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by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
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by nakmeister 6 years ago
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by nelson soares 8 years ago
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