Do Hubpages provide a way of seeing which search terms on a search engine lead to a particular hub?
I can't see this facility anywhere under Traffic Sources. If it doesn't exist, do Hubpages all embedding something like Google Analytics in a hub?
If you visit a Hub and click stats > search that is where it used to appear. Google is no longer providing this data though so even if you setup analytics you'll see only a small amount of it (I see about 5% of the keywords that people use to find me, it's not very helpful).
You can setup Analytics by following this:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/sett … -analytics
by Bill Yovino 5 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 Berndt 8 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 Sophia Angelique 5 years ago
It's always been a fundamental part of my writing to check the search terms and to update my hubs with those terms (if they are dominating) for better search engine traffic.For the last while, the search terms are not appearing and I'm wondering why this is.Many thanks.
by Learn Things Web 5 years ago
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?
by Barack James 3 years ago
Hi hubbers: Am figuring how to find search terms for each hub through 'My account' and 'stats' menu for each hub. All hubs stats for search terms indicate 'No search term' . Is there something that I need to configure in order to get search terms for each hub? I don't want to use any premium tool...
by Ceres Schwarz 5 years ago
Hello. I have some questions regarding Google Analytics and Webmaster tools. Any help is greatly appreciated. When I checked my webmaster tools, I saw a lot of URL errors, a 404 crawl error because apparently "Googlebot couldn't crawl this URL because it points to a non-existent page"....
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