I'd like to see more detailed statistics on hubpages. For some reason my hub is getting a bit of traffic from digg.com. I can't find a story mentioning my hubpage anywhere on the site and the hubpages stats send me to the homepage of digg.com.
It'd be nice to see the actual pages that you're getting inbound links from as well as the domains.
For more detailed stats, you have to use Google Analytics, which you get along with having signed up for AdSense.
Adsense and analytics are completely separate services. There is no mention of analytics anywhere in the hubpages adsense setup (as far as I can see) nor can I find it in the hubpages FAQ.
If you can use analytics on hubs can you please tell me how.
Never mind, i found it here: http://hubpages.com/hub/Google_Analytics
Analytics gives more statistics then you need everyone should use.
A lot of people find that they don't know how to use any type of analytics software properly and they just wander through creating websites and stuff without a clue about anything.
So yeah google analytics is the best route for tracking results about your website conversions.
by BundleBoy 9 years ago
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by Laura Schneider 4 years ago
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by John Mark 5 years ago
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by nikipa 8 years ago
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by Marina 4 years ago
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by SEO Expert Kerala 9 years ago
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