One month and four hubs, and I finally got my first traffic from Google. It's only a couple views, but it still makes me happy. The first big step on a long road.
I do have one question, though. Is there any way to look up what they were searching for? Is there a way to do that through Google Analytics? I'd just like to know for future reference. (And maybe get some more traffic by doing another hub on a similar subject.)
Congratulations, Amadaun! That's a big first step.
You can view the stats box at the top of one of your Hubs to view which keywords have driven people to that Hub. You'll find those keywords under the "search" box.
Hope that helps!
Yes, go to:
search engine optimization
You will find what keywords are being used.
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