I have an idea about what Analytics is and does to help individuals discover how to improve a hub and monetize it. my confusion is in signing up for it. Google says the account is free. yet in reading, I found out about an IQ test which costs $50. Does one have to take an Analytics course and then the IQ test? Also, I am already with Google as I have a Gmail account. When I go to Analytics there is a Sign Up on the Home Page. When I click it,I start to go around in circles.The browser is Google so Google should not be giving me the run around.Or are my browsers confused? I have the Google toolbar.
Don't overlook the analytics provided right here on HubPages, though. It's not as thorough as Google analytics, but it's convenient.
Also, you might check out a site called Traffic Travis. (just google it)
You can download a FREE analytic tool. Personally, I really like it. It helps me improve my hubs, whereas Google Analytic tools help me before I write the hub (like with keyword choices, etc)
Hey there Hubbers. Is anyone using Budurl to track their views from other sites like FB and Twitter. I am finding huge discrepancies between the numbers in my Hub back office and the views my budurl tracking system is showing.
I tweeted my most recent hub and budurl tracked 86 views. My Hubpages back office said only 8 views. Any opinions?
Thank You Johnny
by peachy 3 years ago
Can google analytics show me where my traffic sources come from?I want to know where did all my traffic sources come from. I already have included hubpages in google analytics but I still couldn't see the sources...Please teach me how to use google analytics
by Luciano Bove 8 years ago
Hi, how to configurate google analytics with hubpages? I do have the google analytic code but I do not know where to save it on Hubpages! So Google does not see my hubs to track...Thanks for your help!
by premsingh 10 years ago
May someone provide information on using analytic code? I wish to know whether GA A/C ID may be used on Affiliate setting page as GA affiliate code
by Marina 4 years ago
Hi Hubbers! Do you have a Google Analytics account associated with your HubPages account? If so, please be sure to check out today’s blog post which has instructions for how to upgrade your Google Analytics account to Universal Analytics. If you do not upgrade by 8/20/2014, Google Analytics will...
by badcompany99 9 years ago
I have my google analytics set up for hubpages but only in general which shows which hub phrase is the most searched for. Is it possible in any way to set it up so you know which hub is generating the clicks and if so could you share how it's done as it would deff be a great help. Thanks !
by Risalatul Hoque 6 years ago
Hi,I am new in hubpages (just joined last night). I have affiliated by google adsense and analytics account with my hubpages account. But I am not sure how it works. In my analytical page, I can only see traffic data of my site (<link snipped>) but I cannot see any traffic activity nor any...
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