I was wondering if this happens to anyone and if Google is okay with that.
Just so you know, it wasn't me that clicked
Yes one day I had 7 clicks all from the same hub its a common thing as Website examiner states if someone is interested in something they will click on all relevant hubs to the topic they are searching.
I can beat that - I had 9 clicks from one hub. I did not even think you could get 9 ads on a page!
They say there's no such thing as a stupid question, right? Okay, here goes...on Analytics, how/where can you tell which hub was clicked? I'm baffled.
I was more thinking of where they came from in terms of geographical location.
Fortunately, the people up on the mountain say there is such a clever device called "channels," which permits for more detailed tracking.
WE-thanks so much for that. Although geographical location would indeed be a trip to research, the Adsense and Adword tool are my biggest challenge yet. What a bunch o' biznez! I'm kidding, of course, but reading these charts is pretty mind-boggling. Per you and Yoshi, I've just signed on to Adwords, hopefully the tutorial will turn on the light!
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