So many times I have read about the stats on each hub, but never discovered how to do it the right way.
A member today explained how to find the short Url for promoting a hub exactly.
Are you a Hubber that don't understand how to find the stats also even when it's looking at you?
So how about sharing this info with the rest of us!!
Go to one of your hubs and open in edit mode. Click on stats and all will be revealed:)
Oh, I knew that. I thought you were talking about something different. Thanks, anyhow.
How can you click on stats when you are in edit mode? There are only 3 buttons available that are Preview, Unpublish now and Done editing. Can you make it more clear please?
You cannot view stats in edit mode. You have to exit to normal viewing mode in order to see the stats section.
Ouch, slip of the tongue and fingers:) I should have just said click on stats in viewing mode.
Here is the way I did it, there is more than one way to get there
1. In your HubPage feed "Click Hubs"
2. Scroll down, your hubs, choose one of them
3. There is three buttons edit, stats and delete, click on "stats"
4, You will be surprised by what information there is there, including your short URL.
Hope this helps for anyone not sure how to find this.
Thanks, Sallybea and Elsie. Just now, I came to understand what both of you meant about this feature. Just open one of my hub and click on the stats button at top left side of the Hub. Then it will expand presenting a wonderful view of all statistics related to the hub. This is a very fascinating feature which I didn't ever knew or would have known, if it is not because of your helping hands. And not only this, there are some more buttons in the expanded view which give you full details of the traffic related to that particular hub. I thank both of you for enlightening me with this wonderful knowledge. Thanks a lot.
Yes, I have learned about that today. Isn´t it great? I´m here for more than 4 years and I still learn something every day.
copy/paste it into a site where you would like to share/draw attention to your article, such as Face Book, Twitter, or the like. Then, it will take people back to your article so they can read it, and they won't feel intimidated by a URL that looks to be a thousand miles long!
Great info because I had no idea you could even access individual stats of your hubs like this.
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