Hi, I set up a separate URL tracker on my HubPages account to insert where I have created links to other Hubbers Hubs from my Hubs. Can someone please tell me why there are two figures, traffic view and traffic to hubs (different figure in each)? Thanks
the first figure shows how many clicks- views have been created through that tracked link
the second shows signups
49332 14 24 1023
the third shows number of hubs created by sign up/referred users
the last shows number of views to hubs created by those hub authors you referred
I'm somewhat irritated that when you go to look at the individual Hubbers, it no longer shows how many Hubs they've each written.
It still does show the number of hubs they've written, but its under "traffic to hubs".
I emailed HubPages HQ about this a couple of weeks ago. It should have that under 'hubs' and also have the stats of the views under "traffic to hubs".
Something interesting to note, unless I'm mistaken, "traffic views" don't actually count towards your own personal "Page Views" in your Hub Statistics page.
Traffic to Hubs (oddly phrased ?) equals number of hubs written by individual author - at least that metric still appears in my account
btw - the list of numbers I posted earlier - thats the stats from my main 60dc tracker - 50k viewers in less than 60 days! spread across the challengers! ( this doesnt include twitter and rss which had no trackers)
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