Do we still get to see our traffic sources after the top 30 is filled? any way to put the many SE of one browser under one heading? thanks.
Remember, the statistics provided here are meant to be extremely basic. It's best to use Google Analytics for the detailed stuff.
Analytics really will give you very detailed results and it also will give you some ideas on additional Hubs if you play around with it a bit and learn how to use it. I also recently found out it ties in with AdSense so you can see which Hubs are your best performing ones also, which is neat.
Thanks Relache and Belief I was referring to HP's stats thingy that lists the top 30 referers if they are full...do we get to see any others or what happens then? and if the one SE thats multiple countries...can be under one heading..am I making any sense lol thanks, I agree. GA is awesome with listing all the referrers.
I'm pretty sure we only have 12 referrers listed. And more would be good, so we can see how well that hub is faring with one click of a button and without having to log in, fiddle around with dozens of reports and so on.
Dame Scribe, I was wondering that too. I'm up to 21 now and noticed a lot of them are google's just in different countries. If they were all put into one category, seems like there would be more openings for other listings.
I guess I recommend Analytics because once I started using it I stopped using that stats thingy. It is something more to log in and fiddle with but I've just found it more accurate.
My guess is once it's full, you will see the top performers filling those 30 spaces. Right now I have 29 in those spaces. How do you know it's 30 as the max?
My top sources are also multi google countries, other search engines and ezine. The traffic sources doesn't provide enough because you never know which hubs are getting which traffic without more details. It just reassures that most of your traffic is organic.
I have only 16 so i can't help you but i guess you will see the top performers sites.
Maybe we will see a change there. I am goin sit here n watch now jk, lol
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