Just go to My Account tab and you will get stats of your traffic. And if you want more real time then sign up for google analytics.
Correct, Analytics is a good stuff for free. It gives good amount of info our page traffic. Just sign in the google analytics and get your Hubpage profile page registered there. Then come here and goto the Affiliate settings where you can enter the code that you got in the analytics when you registered you Hubpages profile page. Everytime you wanna know how your Hubs performance just login to Google analytics and check the report generated
You should add Google Analytics to your Affiliate settings -- here's some more info from the HubPages Guide on how do that:
you can also assign a tracker ID ( found under URL trackers I believe) that way you can track any traffic you bring in from other sites, i.e. Facebook, etc.
I also will back Analytics. It gives you enough information that after almost two weeks I'm still figuring it all out!
Grr, I gotta get these Analytics's thing down.
I twitter, flitter, post to MySpace, FaceBook, e-mail Hubbers, engage random strangers I'm checking out at work, always carry a CD of my first LP and have on it HTML copies of my various Hubs.
Though, I'm not your average Hubber looking to become a millionaire.
Not that there's anything wrong with that.
by Robie Benve 6 years ago
I love to see what people were looking for when they found my hubs, it helps me choosing new titles and see which questions I left unanswered.I was hoping to see keywords under Traffic Sources, but I have to click on each hub and then stats, and then keywords.... quite a long process to check them...
by Ann Smith 9 years ago
Okay, guys! What am I doing wrong here? I have written 39 hubs, and only made $4.94 on AdSense. That must be the hardest earned $4.94 of my life - no joke! I made more than that in one evening of babysitting 25 years ago.HELP!! Please!! I have heard it takes...
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
As per the new changes HubPages has made, I was required to make a few changes to the amount of Amazon products I was showing. I lowered the amount of products to lower than an average of 1 per 50 words on the hubs that HubPages has penalized. Furthermore, on hubs that weren't penalized I got rid...
by Lorelei Cohen 3 years ago
This drop in traffic seems to have affected the majority of us who transitioned here from Squidoo. After we updated our articles are traffic virtually stopped dead. The question is why? Was our redirect from Squidoo killed with the update? What the heck happened? Please try to figure out why the...
by SpotCoolStuff.com 10 years ago
Some of my hubs are getting a fair bit of traffic from Google. (And some are not). Is there any way to see what search terms brought my Google traffic?Thanks.
by Michelle Cesare 8 years ago
How to track traffic?Hi Norr4me,Do you know how to track traffic within your Adsense account? When I check my traffic to see where my earnings come from, I do have URL tracking which is Hubpages but do I submit each individual URL? If you understand my question I would appreciate some...
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