Why are no search terms and keywords recording in stats?
For the last week or so, there don't seem to be any search terms sources under my stats. I used to find it helpful to know what keywords people are using to find my hubs. Are you having the same problem?
Google is now using secure search if the user is logged in. So as more people search Google while logged into their account, the less data they let analytics types of programs see the keywords and other details related to the search query that brought them to your site/page
You can find all that info and much more from webmaster tools. There you can see what keywords you are ranking for, what your individual rank, how many times your hubs are showing up in searches, and how many times they are clicked. The feature HubPages added was ok at best, but overall not very useful compared to what is available.
by Bill Yovino4 years ago
I looked under Stats/ Search and it says "Search Term Sources not available" for all of my Hubs. Is this a new "feature" or am I looking in the wrong place?
by Jeff Berndt7 years ago
This is going to seem like an ignorant question, but how do you get search terms for your hub?Should I just add a bunch of tags, everything that I can think of?
by William F Torpey6 years ago
When I look at HubPages stats and click on Keywords why does it sometimes say "no search terms found." On other hubs there are several search terms. In case you need the title of the hub, it's "Surviving...
by kmackey327 years ago
Or not? I mean the kewords there are not listed in the keywords I put for the hubs.
by helenathegreat10 years ago
What happened to the little graphs on the tops of our hubs when we click "MORE STATS"? I loved those graphs!
by kab3 years ago
What's the creepiest keyword you've seen bringing people to your hubs.I just had "cancer patients with tramp stamps nude" and it creeped me out.
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