I feel like Dwight when I say that.
I have one hub that gets twice the traffic of my other hubs. I can only assume that is because it is tied to another hubbers hub? I am curious what hub it might be connected to. Is there a way to find out?
Also, where are Melissa B., Emile, Will Apse and Mark E.? I enjoy them so and they are missing.
The possibly easy way...
Go to the hubs stats.
See if there are any profile names under the stats.
If so, check their profile for hubs similar to yours.
Go to that hub and see if your hub is in their hub's "Discover more hubs".
Otherwise, it is the Google Analytics route...
It probably gets more traffic because it impresses Google in some way. It happens all the time - keyword research isn't that accurate, and sometimes you'll just hit the jackpot without knowing why.
Take a look at the search information, that will give you a clue as to how people are finding the Hub.
Google Analytics is the best way, but if you're not comfortable with that, then:
- Go to your Hub (NOT in Edit mode)
- Click on "Stats" in the top bar
- Click on "Search"
Awesome Maria! Thank you. I just learned something. Apparently the greatest views are from Google. I will try and study it and see if I can understand it all. I so appreciate it.
Look at the "Search" tab and look at the Search Term data. That will tell you what people are typing into Google, Yahoo etc to find your Hub.
If those search terms give you ideas for some related Hubs, they would be worth writing as they would likely get good traffic, too.
Kind of you to think of me, Beth...
I fell down a rabbit hole as soon as I stopped all kinds of nicotine ingestion a couple of weeks ago and have gradually returned to 1969.
Another way of putting is it that I'm spending my time on YouTube watching vids of the likes of John Lee Hooker, and Nina SImone plus all the nice hippy boys and girls from Neil Young to Sandy Denny....
I am calling this phase of my life, regression in the service of the ego. And I am not coming out 'til things look a lot more cheerful out there...
I don't know who any of those ppl are. I read a book by an author named something Carter. You probably know him cause he's a Brit. Oh... Alan Carr maybe... anyway, it's called "Stop smoking the easy way." Probably best to ask for it by title considering I may only have his initials right.
I also wondered what happened to you, Will. I thought you might be down about the latest traffic drop. I went out and got a part-time job in the real world, that is how bad it is for me(!) HP is bringing in next to nothing presently, I'm relying on other sources. Got a few more ideas to explore, but meanwhile I gotta survive.
Giving up smoking is the way forward. I was a chain smoker but I gave up at the start of 2001. No intention or inclination of ever going back.
How can anyone not have heard of John Lee Hooker, Nina Simone, Neil Young and Sandy Denny? You ought to be ashamed, Beth!
I spose I ought to google now.
Edit, I have googled. I do feel a little ashamed that I didn't know who you were referencing.
I would enjoy the first two and not so much the last two. I did recognize Neil Young by his pic. They are all before my time.
Sorry. I missed this!
Glad you know your music, Paul. Unfortunately, we must now look down on Beth, (for being young, lol).
You will be in direct violation of this scripture,
I Tim 4:12
"Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young..."
Well Marissa, I did it, but I'm not sure I understand what Im looking for.
So "how" is 22%, but then that other stuff... how does that translate?
Words That Appear in Searches But Are Not In Your Title
why do men lust :4
how to keep lustful men happy :1
why do we lust :1
lust hub :1
how to tell if a guy is lusting for you :1
why do us men lust so much :1
That first line is telling you that people are frequently typing in a search with the word "how" in it, so you might like to use that word in your title - but only if it makes sense.
The other phrases are what people are typing into Google which are bringing up your Hub.
When I looked up the simple phrase, 'men who lust' on HP search I noticed Hubs, etc., about Jesus, church, Christian - I did not look through all of them.
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