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This has probably been asked and answered, but I missed it. I went into Google Analytics to watch views come in on an article of mine that is getting quite a few hits tonight. I was wondering where the hits were coming from, so I wanted to check the real time maps. I quickly discovered that my Hubs that were switched over to PetHelpful are not showing up on Google Analytics. To be sure, I am TERRIBLE at this Google stuff, but am I right that the niche sites are no longer "tied" in Google Analytics to the rest of my HubPages content? Does this even make sense? Is there an easy way to see views from my articles transferred over to the niche sites on Google Analytics? If not, it's not a huge deal.
I head scratch too as far as GA and views. And yes, stuff I have on Pethelpful seem to be weird too. But it's always kind of weird normally anyway.
by Janis Leslie Evans15 months ago
My total current view count for "1 day" is less than the amount I usually get on a good day for my 2 top performers. I have 85 hubs, 17 on niche sites. Something is not right. Anyone else?
by Eric Dockett2 years ago
I no longer see my Hubs that were moved to PetHelpful appearing in my GA stats. When I look at my pages on the new site I do see a tracking ID, but its not one of mine. It seems to be the same for each page, regardless...
by Missing Link2 months ago
I'm thinking the answer is probably yes?If you have hubs that have been deemed "not featured", for one reason or another, will that factor into lowering your overall score/rating as a HubPages member? ...
by Brandon Lobo5 days ago
If people want to know how to work on a hub so that it ranks well once published on a niche site, I would be open to writing a guide. I will show you my research process and the way I generally structure the content and...
by Sondra Rochelle2 years ago
I know a lot of you are curious about how the niche sites are doing. Recently, 21 of my articles were moved over. Some were edited, some were not. Most did not have ads, but of the ones that did, some...
by Brandon Lobo2 years ago
Hi,There's one hub of mine that was averaging around 200 views a day and getting plenty of Amazon sales around a year and a half ago, then throughout the first quarters of last year it was stable at around 50 views and...
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