Hi everybody, Please be so kind to explain to me how I can see the traffic sources in my hubs??
I can see only Hub website as a traffic source. Thank you for your time
If you can only see the Hubpages website as a traffic source then that's probably the only source of your traffic. If you would like more information on traffic sources and other hub-related information, check out google analytics.
Soni2006 wrote a good hub on stat tracking which can be found here: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-get-deta … r-earnings
Hope it helps!
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