Is it against Hub Pages policy to list stats about your hubs?
such as how many views you've gotten and traffic sources.
As far as I know, you can publish your stats, keywords, income and anything related to you.
Did something happen to initiate this prompt? You know in this feed mode a person can only answer once, and you are unable to reply.
Perhaps you could post this in the Forums section? I believe I have seen many hubpages where people illustrate their dashboard as tutorials to improve ratings, etc.
I don't really have an answer for this question.
You can post your stats. I've seen posts with snapshots of people's Google Adsense earnings. I like seeing people's stats, etc. I want to know everything that works best so far as webpage creation, promotion, etc.
Oh, and I believe that LuisEGonzales is staff at Hubpages, at least he had led me to believe that. I'm definitely NOT, fyi.
I think you can post or publish that stats on your hubs, i saw that in many hubs before...
It is not against hub policy, rather it is you who decide if it is against your own policy.
No, it is not against HubPages policy to list your HubPages stats. But it is against Google's policy to list certain aspects of Google AdSense's report stats. I forgot exactly what those portions are -- you might want to read the Google TOS (Terms of Service).
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