How to use google analytics to monitor each hub in my hubpage?
I have set up google analytics and get the date about visits on my page. But how to find out the data on each hub? I have been trying to searh on line, the research results seemed to tell me to also use webmaster tool to get more detailed report. I did, but nothing came out. I saw some people said they get code for each hub? Is it the best way and how to do that? Thank you.
What you can do when you go into Google Analytics is go
Content, Site Content, then pages. This should give you traffic for all your pages. It will give your page views. With some customization, you can get other data too.
I plan on creating a hub to how to use Google Analytics to analyze your HUBS.
It works!! Thank you, NeilsHotDeals!I will look forward to your hub! When I was exploring google analytics,I got messages telling me I need to enable webmaster tool to be able to use some functions. It would be great if you can also include that part
From what I know, you cannot use Google’s Webmasters tools on your hubs because from I understand you would have to install the code. HubPages from what I understand only allows you to use one Google Analytics profile ID for your account.
Sadly, Google Analytics was confusing to me for a while. When I finally got to know it it was better.
NeilsHotDeals has given great instructions
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