Is there a way to back track one's daily views from the time one started publishing hubs?
I don't think you can really do it accurately on HP itself. The only way I can think of doing that is by picking the individual hub you want to check and looking at the stats. The graph underneath has the daily views, but can be hard to read if your hub is older as the data is squashed or if you get a lot of traffic.
The best way to check is if you have set your account up in Google Analytics. If you added you're HP url there then it tracks all your individual pages and you can go back as far as you like (or as far back as when you added the subdomain to the Analytics account) and get your daily traffic figures for each hub.
When you log into your analytics account, go to Traffic Sources. Once you click on that click on the option that appears underneath that which says Overview. Now it will show you the top 10 keywords bringing traffic to your pages. There will also be a pie chart. Underneath the pie chart is the option that says Landing Page. Click on this and it will show you your top 10 landing pages by visitors. If you want to see more you can click on the individual pages and get traffic stats for them. If you want more info on less successful hubs then click the view report button in the bottom right of the page. Now you can use the arrow keys on the bottom right of the page to find the hub you were specifically looking for.
Analytics can measure just about anything you want. If you haven't already added your HP subdomain to Google Analytics then I would suggest you do. It's free and it's really simple to set up. It's constantly being improved and has so many great features and makes it easy to figure things out with graphs and pie charts etc.
by LongTimeMother 3 years ago
We had this same problem a couple of weeks ago and it was resolved. Same problem again today though, so I'm reporting it. (If we don't report problems, how can we expect them to be fixed?)1 day stats are abnormally low, so I checked the stats on an individual hub. The 'day' stat there is...
by Lena Kovadlo 3 years ago
I started a Tumblr account in hopes that it would help bring more traffic to my hubs... I write a short paragraph about a hub and then link to it... Hubs I share are on different topics of course. Since I do a lot of recipe/cooking related hubs I was wondering if it is a good to have a separate...
by peachy 3 years ago
Can google analytics show me where my traffic sources come from?I want to know where did all my traffic sources come from. I already have included hubpages in google analytics but I still couldn't see the sources...Please teach me how to use google analytics
by psycheskinner 3 years ago
I used to have little trouble keeping everything featured but now defeaturing for traffic is happening a lot more. It makes me wonder if the bar has been lifted?
by Kelly Kline Burnett 8 years ago
Is there a way within Hub Pages to see which articles are only receiving Hub traffic? I try to beef up the low performing Hubs but it would help to know which Hubs have no outside traffic. Or is the score of the Hub sufficient to monitor the lack of Google traffic?
by Aficionada 6 years ago
Ever since the switch to subdomains, I have seen specific subdomain names listed on the traffic stats for individual Hubs; and on the Traffic Sources Page, the numbers for HubPages have seemed to decline (understandably). Recently, I have seen higher numbers for HubPages.com, and I don't...
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