At the moment we have statistics which really just gives us a tally of our page views and which hubs had what count, then we have traffic souces which indicates where our traffic floats in from.
Wordpress ( http://wordpress.com/blog/2007/05/06/stats-plugin/ ) has a nifty little stats page, it tells the referrer, search engine terms, "top posts" (probably not needed here), and clicks (what they clicked on when they left your page). Is it possible that we could have something similar?
by Anthony Goodley7 years ago
It would be very useful to those of us who work hard to rank well for keywords to be able to see exactly which keywords are working on a daily, weekly, monthly and overall basis.A simple listing of keywords and the...
by LongTimeMother2 years ago
We had this same problem a couple of weeks ago and it was resolved. Same problem again today though, so I'm reporting it. (If we don't report problems, how can we expect them to be fixed?)1 day stats are...
by Juliette Kando9 months ago
Instead of being addicted to the Stats page and getting frustrated by its inefficiency, I suggest we get rid of hub scores and hubber scores and stats. Just keep us informed on a daily basis of earnings. This would free...
by Sunil Kumar Kunnoth4 years ago
The traffic is not updated for the last 18 hours. Anyone noticed it? Let's hope it will be cleared soon.
by Jack Lee2 years ago
The current hub score is ok but not a great measurement of a hub or the quality of the "title." I would like to suggest adding a new column that shows the current Google Page Rank number of the hub. This...
by K Kiss2 years ago
For the past 3 days my hubpages statistics have not been updated. I saw a notice from hubpages twice on my accounts section stating that hubpages is going through some maintenance and that statistics will be updated in...
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