I have noticed that as well, mine have never matched up either. There wasn't a big, drastic difference so I never really questioned it. I am curious to know why they don't match though.
I'll just toss in that HubPages stats are on a rolling 24-hour basis, while Analytics is date delineated. As for the rest of it, others can chime in.
Hey PDS you are on the ball today. What about the difference between those two and webmaster tools?
I think Writer Fox posted a worthy answer to that some time when. As I recall, WMT does search impressions.
A 100 people do a search for, "How to impregnate a platypus"
Your pregnant platypus hub shows up in the search results those 100 times.
15 folks click on the link to visit your hub.
WMT reports 100 search impressions.
HP and Analytics reports 15 visits.
I see that the op disappeared. Odd.
Just thought I'd add to my time-frames post.
The HP hub stats page reports the total hub stats (really!?!).
Analytics reports the total of hubs + profile + questions + referrals (I think)
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