My $ Index is $0.00...what does that mean in plain language?
So, $ Index is: ´´the average value of a page or set of pages. $ Index is (Ecommerce revenue + Total Goal Value) divided by Pageviews for the page(s).´´
...and mine is $0.00, which I suppose is bad. What does it mean exactly and how to make it higher?
The $ index represents the earning potential of the page, that is revenue per page. However this number is normally not shown until substantial traffic gets built. So you should not take it very seriously especially if your hub is new.
Even when it shows, it does not show the actual earning.
I don't rely on the $index, rather consider the hub traffic, especially search engine traffic and the actual revenue as the main parameters.
Its the first time I hear about $ index. Is that something of hubpages? Google Analytics?
How do I find the $ Index for a hub?
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