With the advent of the new social media world and Pinterest bringing in more traffic (and Instagram and Google+ projected to increase), I wish to revive Glenn Stok's suggestion of adding in the statistics of the "shares".
I am seeing more and more traffic from Pinterest. I have not yet utilized Google+ but foresee that venue exploding in the next 24 months.
Knowing where our traffic is being generated from and when and why it goes dormant is information that we need.
This is not my idea, this idea was submitted by Glenn Stok two years ago. He was ahead of his time. Perhaps with the new relevancy given to Twitter out on the search engine, the timing for this add-in would be prime?
If you set-up Analytics with your account, you could look at this sort of info already.
That is an old suggestion of mine from at least two years ago. As relache just mentioned, all that is available now in Google Analytics. There is no point in duplicating the efforts. GA is getting more useful lately. Google just added new filtering features to our reports as well.
by Marcy Goodfleisch 6 years ago
Hi, Team - We know you can't file DMCA complaints on behalf of our work, but would it be possible to alert Hubbers when major scrapers are found in various categories, so we can all individually check for our content?For example - there were probably many more Hubbers affected by the 'Dan Gordon'...
by Mary Hyatt 6 years ago
My feed is full of "shares" by a Hubber. HP recommends we do not share our own Hubs too frequently, why can't that apply to multiple sharings by the same Hubber for other Hubs. I don't think they can possibly read all those Hubs, I think it's done for other reasons.
by Carolee Samuda 4 years ago
This is a serious suggestion.The stats is a sore point for many hubbers. I say if HP can't fix it then remove it. No use having it if we can't get an update at least daily. The page views haven't moved for one week and in other forum it says that the issue has been resolved.Remove this or fix it so...
by Thallia Roberts 6 years ago
While entering "pant..." I got an interesting hub title suggestion:"Smart Ass Thong Panties for Moms Product Review"Sure is an interesting topic! I suppose it would be fun to write about, but it would probably get flagged.Has anyone else experimented with the topic/title...
by Kyriaki Chatzi 2 years ago
I don't know if you have used this app before, but I believe it's worth a shot.Just 2 days ago I witnessed a sudden increase in views in one of my Hubs. I mean, hundreds of views, almost a thousand at this point. When I took a look at the traffic source, I saw it was Stumbleupon that made...
by Glenn Stok 7 years ago
It's great that HubPages automatically includes rel=author on all our hubs pointing to out profile. But Google gives me an error message stating that my HP profile page has rel=author pointing to itself. This is not correct and needs to be removed in the profile. Profiles should not have...
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