I have heard people say they track where their clicks coming from, does it show you an ip address of the clicker? I am interested to know where mine come from but can't find it in Analytics(I have linked it to Adsense too)
You have to set up a url tracker with Google Adsense to track for each site you write for. Analytics, just remember Hubpages one setup will work for all hubs...However any other site will require you to use the coding for each, and every page.
Google Analytics doesn't allow for that depth of focus specifically, what they do allow is mentioned in here on the Analytics help section.
http://www.google.com/support/analytics … swer=86214
The closest you can get is the city that their ISP has them located in--or something like that.
Perhaps they are referring to how the person landed on the page that received the click. You can get that information if you have adsense linked to analytics.
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by BundleBoy 9 years ago
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