I have one hub that is getting between 7-13 'hits' a day from google but I can't for the life of me figure out what the search terms used were. This is important to me since I'd like to know if they were finding what they were looking for or not. Analytics doesn't show any particular term being used, in fact most of the organic search traffic says 'not provided'. Any way to figure out what they are looking for?
by Dora Isaac Weithers3 years ago
This morning I posted "Roles That Makes Cousins Special." I really thought that I had done a good job, only to receive a HubPages notice that the quality is substandard. I have gotten this notice...
by Oyewole Folarin6 years ago
I noticed that 98% of my hub organic traffic is from google, why not from other search engines, specifically yahoo search engine and bing?
by Paul Edmondson5 years ago
In the back of my mind I'm always looking for ways we can improve the HubPages product to help people be more efficient at increasing their traffic. Lots of things in the product start with manual expirments that...
by Jen's Solitude8 years ago
Hi, I've been thoroughly reading Google's instructions for analytics but still cannot get any information on my dash board or any where else.I figure I must be doing something wrong, but can't figure out what it is.The...
by Gary Anderson21 months ago
But I am wondering why there seems to be competition in the real google world and no competition showing for it in the external keyword tool world?
by Renee S7 years ago
Have you checked your traffic sources lately? I've noticed, to my surprise that I'm getting more Google searches than any other traffic, then Hubpages falls into second place. Forums work well too.
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