Is there a way to see the total amount of views my hubs get on a daily basis even if that number will not be 100% accurate?
HP stats shows a 24 hour traffic figure on a rolling basis.
Analytics, divided by .6 gives a reasonably close figure as well. The .6 is to add back in the traffic credited to HP.
If you open your earnings chart it will give you daily impressions since you signed up.
In the hub stats page views there is 1 Day, 7 Days, 30 Days stats. Are those numbers for the last 30 days for example, or for 30 day period after hub was published...? Same question for 7 Days and 1 Day...
She means it applied for that period of time. That last 24 hours, the last thirty days--relative to now.
Ok thanks. I've never really paid to those numbers as I only focused on all-time views so wasn't sure if those other numbers were from day hub was published or relative to now. Thanks for clarifying.
I meant I never really paid attention to those numbers...
Your earnings chart with daily traffic number is here: https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/affiliate/ -- just click 'ad program' and choose the days you want to see.
Thanks. I know about that one. Thought these are not the actual hub views. If I look at the stats for the Ad Program impressions I'd have to divide by .6 to find out actual hub views and even then it may not be 100% accurate. I would assume that the stats under My Account for each hub should be 100% accurate. Maybe in analytics too though I don't really log in there.
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