I'm just trying to figure out if the local numbers on Google Analytics are your country, state, or region. Does anyone know or have a good idea?
Taking a clue from the relative size of the global and local figures, I've been assuming that "local" means country, or at least the local google "exchange". I'm not sure, for instance, how far google.uk extends, but local might mean all figures from that.
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by Pandoras Box7 years ago
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by Audrey Selig4 years ago
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by johndwilliams2 years ago
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by Paul Deeds10 years ago
For those of you that want to dig deeper into the traffic trends on your hubs, we've added a new feature allows you to track your pages on HubPages using Google Analytics. Simply sign up for an analytics account...
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