Is there any way to see what products are getting the most traffic?
Im pretty sure the answer is no, but I figured I would ask This is more of a suggestion than a question but I would enjoy disccussion about it, because discussion is how things change. I know that it would benefit writers and HubPages, so I don't see a reason why if possible, writers should be able to track what products receive impressions, what ones receive clicks etc., to help us gage what products to list in the future. What do you guys think about this? Does anyone know if its possible?
Do you get reports in your email from Google Analytics? I believe that they show it on there if not on the regular earnings Google Analytics.
You know what Kevin, I never even thought to look there! Google analytics confuses me a bit, but thats a great suggestion!
If you are talking about Amazon-- you go to the drop down menu under your name and click on 'my earnings'-- then you find the button that says "Amazon Sales Report"-- lists dates, products, prices, earnings.
by Carolee Samuda 4 years ago
This is a serious suggestion.The stats is a sore point for many hubbers. I say if HP can't fix it then remove it. No use having it if we can't get an update at least daily. The page views haven't moved for one week and in other forum it says that the issue has been resolved.Remove this or fix it so...
by Liz Elias 8 years ago
Hi- I was noticing that the traffic source reports include Twitter and Tweet Grid, but not Tweet Deck. I normally use Tweet Deck, because it is much more user-friendly, and auto-refreshes (unlike Twitter home). Also, as with Tweet Grid, anything posted there does feed over...
by Robie Benve 6 years ago
I love to see what people were looking for when they found my hubs, it helps me choosing new titles and see which questions I left unanswered.I was hoping to see keywords under Traffic Sources, but I have to click on each hub and then stats, and then keywords.... quite a long process to check them...
by Caren White 3 weeks ago
Analytics tells me that I suddenly started getting traffic from something called the Maven Coalition. Since I don't have a website on Maven, are my hubs being advertised there? How can I figure out where specifically on Maven this traffic is coming from?
by Donna Fairley Huebsch 6 years ago
Would it be possible for HubPages to add some "Adjusted Bounce Rate" code to the Google Analytics tracking code currently in place? Right now if a visitor only looks at 1 page, Google Analytics shows them as a bounced visitor with a visit time of "0" seconds. ...
by hypnodoctor 4 years ago
Hi, I suggest you add a Statcounter option to the hubs.I find Statcounter to be much more intuitive, easier and better for real-time traffic analysis than Google analytics.Granted that in recent years, Google strips the keyword value for signed up users and Statcounter won't show what keywords...
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