Hey yall my week old hub http://www.hubpages.com/compspeed is getting some google hits right now. Is there any program out there that will tell me what those google searchers searched to find me? And how could I increase these hits. I know page age matters, and title is a big one.
How important are hubpages' keywords in being found?
Tony, if you register with Google Analytics, you then can put in your ID code on this site, and then you'll get info on how your hub is getting found.
Thanks! I have an Analytics account, but I didn't know I could put the code on Hubpages.
Ill try it now.
You don't need to "put the code on" HubPages - just register hubpages.com as a channel.
Can you explain what you mean? I have an analytics account and successfully track a few websites. I put the code in the header or footer so I know how it works but I cannot figure out how to do it for Hub pages. What is a channel and where do I put my ID number?
I never figured it out either. The code wont post and I don't know how to track hubs.
I believe InspirePub confused tracking revenue in AdSense using URL channels with using Analytics on Hubpages. They are both good things to do, but they will tell you much different information.
Oh. Okay thanks. I tried the code and it doesn't register on the page.
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