I feel there is a need for more detailed hub-level traffic data from "my account" page. It would be preferable to not have to go into each individual hub to get the lowest level of detail on it's traffic. Google analytics makes up for this, but it would still be a welcome change.
I love how HP tells you the number of visitors. Putting all the info together least gives you an idea of whats popular n whats not or least what needs work. What specifically are you looking for? if you have URL trackers on them .. you should be able to check on your url tracker button.
by Mary McShane2 years ago
I just got this email. Is terminating your account normal if you don't have any sales or referrals in 90 days????Hello,Thanks again for joining the Amazon Associates program. We’re reaching out to you because we...
by Suguna4 years ago
How do we come to know our hub has more traffic?
by Kathryn Skaggs2 years ago
I am major curious about the answer to this mystery.... just how much traffic are those Hubs who make it to the HOT HUBS actually receiving? I know that most likely nobody is going to give this up with specific...
by Paul Goodman10 months ago
Regarding niche sites, at the moment, all we really know from looking on the My Account page is if a hub is featured or not. It would be useful to know *where* the hub is featured (Soapboxie, Owlcation, HubPages,...
by meloncauli4 years ago
Since I finished the apprenticeship, and after umpteen updates and changes made on HP, my traffic has never picked up. I can't remember the last time I saw any more than 40 views a day. My average at the moment is more...
by Shauna L Bowling3 years ago
I've noticed in the past couple of months that my balance history for a particular month does not reflect what my account shows in current time. Yes, earnings and page views were stalled during the last weekend of...
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