I am getting some traffic from ask.com. Is there a way for me to find out which hub it is going to or where it is coming from on ask? Would that be in my google analytics?
Google analitics can track that sort of info tho not for the traffic you have already had
set yourself up with them and in future you will see that type of info..... I took forever to get set up with them and can't say I am sure I did it the right way as I seem to need to add every new url, im sure others can better explain that bit then me
Not with analytics! you only need to add hubpages.com ,in adSENSE you can track via URL channels if you so desire
The best method I know would be:
Analytics->hubpages.com->Traffic Sources->Search Engines->ask
Than you can see all the search queries that lead to your site
(as for specific pages, ask is a search engine, I would hope there was more than one page seeing traffic)
You can also do Content->top content->landing pages-> entrance sources
Okay, this is good. I have been set up on Adsense and Analytics for a while, but haven't learned the finer nuances. I have been looking at overall stats and traffic number etc, but not drilling down to the specifics. Probably won't have too much time to study this until January, but it would be a good way to refine my hubs to keywords. I will try it out right now.
Oooh very cool. Told me right down to the keyword used to search and how many pages visited. Thanks.
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