What is the average $$$ rating for your Hubs according to your Hub Metrics data?
When you open a Hub, click on "STATS" at the top, then look at "Hub Metrics" - What is the average "Revenue Potential" ($, $$, $$$, or $$$$) for your active hubs? Most of mine are $$$, a few $$, and a few $$$$'s. What are yours?
This is totally weird Sheila. That stat does not appear on any of my 95 hubs. Thanks for asking this question. Tmw I shall post my issue on a forum. Sory I don't have an answer for you.
Mine are all over the board, and they're never what I expect them to be!
When I went there I did not have a variable called Revenue Potential.
Word Count 618
Incoming Links ∗
View Duration-still collecting data-
First Published 11/29/12
Am I looking in the right place or is it that they are still collecting data on my hubs?
Well since I have asked this question a few days ago - the "Revenue Potential" information has completly disappeared from my Hub Stats..... Guess we are not going to be able to see this info any longer. I found it interesting and useful - would prefer we still had this feature.
When I could view the revenue potential I found that my 3 top hubs for views had the highest and most of the recipes had 1. Everything else was inbetween.
It's a shame it has disappeared as I found it a useful tool in gauging the progress of a hub.
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