I have not been checking my URL Trackers Page lately and my brain seems to be taking a long nap today, so I just thought of posting this question in here.
Today I clicked on my trackers and saw numbers on them I know I haven't seen before. And so my question is what do these numbers actually mean on my tracking token:
traffic to hubs
I hope this helps.
"As for the stats for your URL Trackers, you can view:
1. Tracking Token: The actual token name
2. Traffic Hub Views: The traffic that token has received
3. Signups: The number of signups you’ve had for that token
4. Hubs: How many Hubs have been generated from the signups
5. Hub Traffic: How much traffic those Hubs have received."
http://hubpages.com/guide/stats/Managin … bber_Stats
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