My hub metric for one of my best performing hubs has 5 stars for incoming links and 5 more for the duration of visits. The revenue potential shows 3 dollar signs.
Are these stats good, and how can they be improve. Also can some of you hubbers share your results with the community?
I find that paying no attention whatsover to hub metrics is the best policy. Instead, pay attention to Analytics.
I believe that paying attention to Google Analytics helps better.
G analytics is better, but I look at the *** sometimes because it's a good quick view of what's going on.
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