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Traffic sources question
Is there a way to find out what the traffic sources are for each hub? I can see the Traffic Sources info applied overall in my 'Account' facility, but it would be helpful to see the that info applied to each hub also. If there is a I would really appreciate it if someone could tell me how. Thank you
You can still use your Google Analytic account for extra date on the page visits you have each month. Google Analytics software will tell you the location of each viewer, their browser, their language, their type of device, their type, their search terms and more.... If you don't already have a Google Analytics account you can sign up for one and link it to your hub pages account to have this information about future activity on your hubs. Good luck.
I have a Google Analytics account but it always tells me there have been 0 visitors.
Sleepylog have you linked your hub pages account with your Google Analytic s account?
Safiq, I did, but I checked after reading your comment and for some reason the tracking id on my HP settings was different to my Google Analytics tracking id. I've changed it so hopefully that will fix the problem.
Hover over your username in the top right hand corner and click on my account to get to your list of hubs.
Click on the hub title you want to find the traffic sources for.
At the top of the article, there will be buttons saying "edit", "stats", "delete" and "suggest links".
Click on the "stats" button. It will tell you your top traffic sources for the day, week, month and all time. (Note that some views don't have a discernible source)
by Aficionada6 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...
by Dr Mark6 years ago
My traffic sources is showing Hubpages, Google, Yahoo, etc but does not show my web site, which I am sure is active and bouncing visitors back to my articles on Hubpages. Any idea why it does not show up?
by Jenna Inouye4 years ago
I'm sorry if this has been answered; I'm having trouble searching the forums and I already read the FAQ.I noticed that on my traffic sources I have a lot of hits from Bing and Yahoo, but none from Google. This seems...
by Jen King8 years ago
When I look at one of my hubs, it is showing quite a bit of traffic from HP.More than I would expect, I mean, and I also see less from Google than I would expect.So it got me thinking... this is something I don't...
by Jennifer Suchey4 years ago
I'm pretty new around here. When I look at my traffic sources sometimes it says Google, which sounds really cool, like as if people are finding my hubs from a Google search. However none of my hubs are anywhere near the...
by Sondra Rochelle5 years ago
I keep seeing counts that indicate I'm looking at my own hubs every day...this is not the case. I also am seeing that nobody on hub pages is reading my work...which is not the norm. Anybody else having this...
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