These show at the top of each article, but it would be nice to view them easily. This would give writers an idea as to how engaged readers are without having to check Google Analytics and would be much less tedious. With this feature, we would quickly know which hubs need to be upgraded.
Thank you for the recommendation, TIMETRAVELER2! The reason it's not on the stats page of My Account is we simply don't have enough space. Requests for other details to be featured on the stats page have never come through because the real estate is all used up. I'm sorry I can't be more helpful on this front?
Might I recommend making a bookmark for Google Analytics? It has more robust analytical tools, anyhow- I think it's a much better page to visit when checking in on your Hubs' performance.
That's too bad, but you are right. I recently learned more about using Analytics and while doing so is sometimes awkward, the info is excellent. How about this for an idea: If view duration for a listed hub is good, could the title be highlighted? That won't give an exact view count, but will tell writers their article is "in the ball park" so to speak.
Could a new item be added to the sub-menu below "copied hubs" on the stats page? Call it 'Hubmetrics". Then, instead of trying to squeeze in another column on the basic stats page, when that menu item is chosen, a new page displays with columns that display the Hubmetrics for each hub. The we could see the hubmetrics of all of our hubs without opening each hub.
Maybe if there is room, a couple of other columns from the stats on the hub could also be included.
by Benji Mester 8 years ago
I noticed that one of the Hubmetrics numbers on hubs is view duration. It tells you how long people stay glued to each of your hubs before clicking away for something else. I know that Google measures view duration as well. Do you think that pages that get viewed longer are...
by LongTimeMother 3 years ago
We had this same problem a couple of weeks ago and it was resolved. Same problem again today though, so I'm reporting it. (If we don't report problems, how can we expect them to be fixed?)1 day stats are abnormally low, so I checked the stats on an individual hub. The 'day' stat there is...
by Susana Serer 9 years ago
I'm a bit confused and wonder if any of you have the answer. On my hubpage stats all my hubs have 4 or 5 stars for "View Duration" but on google analytics it's showing most visitors leaving straight away. How can that be? One of them must be wrong!
by tristam15 8 years ago
Hey fellow hubbers,I've been posting quite a few hubs recently and I've also been doing quite a lot of SEO for them however, there is some part of the puzzle that just isn't clicking for me. Most of the people that are coming to my hubs are bouncing, my bounce rate is 78%. Can you look at just 1...
by Simon Cook 6 years ago
One of the things I try and improve is my average visit duration. I've moved it from about 35 seconds to close to a minute. What do you consider a good Average Visit Duration? Is it worth culling some hubs that seem to get a low AVD?
by Rachael Ryhn 3 years ago
Has anybody else noticed a discrepancy from HP and Google Analytics view stats in the past days?I noticed a discrepancy in my daily view totals on one of my articles today. The stats claim its had only one view; however, below this stat it says its had 27 HP views, 3 Google views, 1 Facebook view...
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