I find this very frustrating, especially when they take more than a day to update sometimes.
It very well is. Friday is my up-curve; and Sunday is my peak. Wednesdays and Thursday are usually my worst. It would be nice to see what kind of traffic I'm gaining as we speak! lol
We are experiencing an abnormal lag for stats at the moment, but are working to get them caught up.
There are more details here.
I know, mine's showing at 36 hours since the last update, and my pageviews had just that day gone up by 200 / 24 hours compared to normal, so I'm desperate to find out if it was a temporary blip or a more stable increase.
If you set up Google Analytics to work with your Hub account, you'll get more detailed, more accurate stats, and they don't freeze up or go without maintainence.
GA is awesome, and I use it religiously... However, I like the access to the quick and easy breakdown of traffic hub by hub. Very convenient, lol!
thanks for all your replies everyone I have to agree with angryelf though, I like the breakdown of traffic hub by hub too and besides I find GA a little confusing to use.
It's only confusing because it holds SO much information and it can give you so much power over your hubs. I'd DEFINITELY invest time into tinkering with GA, while also reading informational passages about GA. It can tell you everything that your visitors are doing on the pages, where they are coming from, how long they stayed, what queries they use to find your hubs, etc... You can use this information to fine tune individual hubs to the readers' needs!
I don't know such a boring time here. Hub author do not accept my page , And no boost my blog.!
by bumbershoot 5 years ago
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