My Pinterest traffic is slowly increase, and I would like to know which hub is gaining popularity. Is there a way for me to see in Google Analytics which hubs are views through Pinterest?
Yes, go to your Account Page and look at Traffic Sources at the top of the page.
Create a custom segment for pinterest.com, then go to behaviour > site content > all pages, set the pinterest segment and remove the 'all sessions' segment.
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