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How do I know if the page hits that are on my hubs are accurate? is it possible for hubpages,...
google, or Amazon to tell you you don't have enough hits, when your numbers are actually higher than what they are saying?
Is there a way to check?
If your numbers are higher than what they are saying, I would think it would be because you have to share your hits with Hub Pages 60/40.
See this article for more info:
http://blog.hubpages.com/2009/03/hubpag … explained/
What is your definition of "hits?" Do you really mean "pageviews" or "impressions?"
HubPages stats are the most basic: pageviews including your own overall. You have to really look at unique views, impressions and take into account the 60/40 split.
You can't use HubPages stats to accurately determine the performance of any of your affiliate programs.
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