In Google Analytics, if % New Visits is 0%, what does that mean?
Does that mean that person has visited one of my other hubs before (and thus not a new visit) or does that mean that person has visited hubpages.com before (and in that sense not a new visit)?
Probably due to them having visited your hubs before.
Why are up so late? It's almost midnight! ........BTW I myself was wondering about your question before about how to track ppl ur following & I found the answer... you click "my account" then move to the right of the page to favourites and click "Hubbers You Follow".
hmm hard one, i don't understand it myself. But based upon what i have seen in my analytics i think somebody that visited before would not be consider a new visit they next time they visit. I think they are counting it according to IP address
@Right On Time: It seems you are online as well at this hour Never a bad time to be online I guess. My personal hunch at this question was that it only tracks visits to pages with my Google Analytics ID so 0% should mean that they have seen one of my other hubs before.
Regarding my earlier question: Thanks, I can see the Hubbers that I follow there, which is a good thing and several people have pointed that out, but I want to know how many people I am following. I don't see a number there and I don't really want to count them manually.
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