How can we collect a region-wise viewership details of our hubs? What is the method to extract it?
I wish to know from which countries and regions, the viewers read my hubs. For example, what is the share of US citizens and UK, etc.
This is easily done with Google Analytics. Select a time period that interests you first of all. Then, under Standard Reports select Demographics then Location. This will give you a list of all the countries your visitors come from. You can then drill down into them by clicking on them, first into state and then city. All of this data can be extracted to Excel as well, if you want to further analyse it. Hope this helps...
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