Hi, I suggest you add a Statcounter option to the hubs.
I find Statcounter to be much more intuitive, easier and better for real-time traffic analysis than Google analytics.
Granted that in recent years, Google strips the keyword value for signed up users and Statcounter won't show what keywords those users used to get to the page but I find their traffic data much more useful than Analytics.
It's extremely easy to implement. Simply add another option for this. Users can easily insert their statcounter account code in a field and Hubpages can then automatically embed the Statcounter code on all of the hubbers hubs.
Just a suggestion.
Very interesting. I'm very interested in alternatives to Google Analytics.
I'm another one who is fed up with the constant changes to the way Analytics works. I find it harder and harder to find my way around. Statcounter is simple and it's very easy to see your traffic at a glance.
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