Is it possible to see how much time people spent on my Hub?
I saw this mentioned in a comment somewhere, but haven't been able to find it again.
Is it possible to see how much time viewers spent reading my hubs?
Not very easily unfortunately.
You can look at the individual stats on your hubs and see how many stars you have for view duration - the more stars the better up to a maximum of 5. That's probably your best guide.
You can also look in Google analytics, but you have to remember that analytics can only record an accurate view duration when a visitor clicks through to another one of your pages. For most hubs, only about 10% of viewers will view another page on that subdomain, so it really skews the results.
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