The traffic stats on my Account page look fine, or even improved. But when I look at the stats on the Hub itself they don't come close to adding up what is in on the account page. Likewise, Google Analytics is showing only a tiny fraction of the visits my Account page is showing. In the FAQ it says EC Hub stats should be available in Analytics, but that doesn't seem to be the case.
Anyone else seeing this? My main concern is that impressions, clicks, etc are going to tally properly, and that I'll be able to see a true account of where my traffic is coming from. Right now there appears to be a lot of traffic that simply comes from nowhere, and isn't accounted for in Analytics.
Edit: I should say the traffic SOURCES aren't even close to adding up to total traffic between my account page and individual Hubs pages.
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