I'm curious how many hubbers use Google Analytics to track their hub activity. I implemented it several months ago and find that it provides great insights about how people are reaching my hubs -- whether they come from outside of HubPages.com or inside the site, and especially how many are crossing between my individual hubs.
I have it, Promise, but I'm still confused about how to use it.
by Brie Hoffman6 years ago
Google Advanced ReportsIn some cases the difference is huge...like 13 clicks and $15.00 dollars. One person said this may be because of referral trackers but I don't think so. Anyone else know why this is the case?
by viryabo7 years ago
I was wondering. Can i can put my Snipsly, ShetoldMe, Blogger,etc. into my google analytics account?If yes, how do i do it? I know i have to fill it in as a new domain without the www (or something like that), but i...
by Kelly Kline Burnett7 years ago
Is there a way within Hub Pages to see which articles are only receiving Hub traffic? I try to beef up the low performing Hubs but it would help to know which Hubs have no outside traffic. Or is the score of...
by Writer Fox2 years ago
Stats have updated three times today. The one day, seven day and 30 day totals have changed but the 'Page Views Ever' have remained the same with each update. The last time this happened (in October) I lost...
by Carolee Samuda3 years ago
I am not very intelligent when it comes to traffic stats, so sue me..lolWhy is Google Analytics stats more than the HP stats for the same period? Before you assume that Google logs my visits to my hubs, let me clarify...
by Aficionada5 years ago
Ever since the switch to subdomains, I have seen specific subdomain names listed on the traffic stats for individual Hubs; and on the Traffic Sources Page, the numbers for HubPages have seemed to decline...
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