I would like to know if the signups, hub, and hub traffic are all for a specific tokens. So under "hub traffic" would that be traffic specifically generated by a token?
"hub traffic" is the total number of views for all the hubs created by users that have signed up through that token. "traffic hub views" are the total number of hubs viewed by people that clicked the token (but may not necessarily have signed up).
Got more confused here because you introduced: "traffic hub views". Here what I understand and tell me if I am right (all under url trackers of course):
1) Hub: is the number of hubs created by people clicking on the tracked links. Well, when I write up to here, I think it is more like your "traffic hub views" above, right?
2) Understood "hub traffic"!
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