I like the graph as a quick snapshot of how my stuff is doing.
It would be great if the graph could show only the hubs selected via the Group or other options - rather than displaying ALL hubs.
Great idea Mark!
It would also be great if the graph could show specific time periods that we select. Since the scale of the graph changes as time goes by, it makes it harder for me to compare accurately how I am doing in one period over another.
Good idea, Mark. Thanks for the suggestion. I will definitely keep this in mind for the next time we are working on that interface.
by Kristen Howe2 years ago
Some hubs have no viewed bar graphs for stats?I'm just curious on why some of my hubs have bar graphs on how often they were viewed and when for stats, while others, like some of my newer ones don't. Any ideaswhy?
by Catherine Giordano2 years ago
When I clicked on the stats tab of an individual hub I used to see a graph plus a list of the top (or was it all) referrer sites. Now I see only the graph. Is this a change or a glitch?Also when I click on one day, one...
by Jyoti Kothari8 years ago
While clicking to stats/ hub matrics I ound that incoming links and view duration are blank.I request hub pages team to fix this problem.Thanks,JyotiKothari
by Karen Curtis7 years ago
10/5/2008 Published 1st Hub11/11/2008 Hit 1,000 pageviews4/3/2009 Hit 10,000 pageviews6/6/2009 Hit 20,000 pageviews7/6/2009 Hit 30,000...
by Blake Flannery2 years ago
This is a side by side comparison of my hub traffic compared to the Quantcast graph for the same last two year period. So, what are the implications? What are your experiences?
by Paul Deeds10 years ago
I made a small change to the hub stats graphs a few minutes ago. You now get one graph that shows you the lifetime traffic for a hub with the top 3 referrers stacked in different colors. The graph no longer...
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