So, I see in my profile where I can see the overall traffic growth of my hubs in a graph format.
I also see where I can see the individual hub historical trends of the number of views per day.
I was looking, though, for the same graph for article groupings of hubs. Does anyone know how to do that? It would be nice to see how a particular grouping of hubs is tracking over time.
I don't think there is a way to compare groups. Just your account as a whole and hubs on their own.
by Blake Flannery24 months ago
This is a side by side comparison of my hub traffic compared to the Quantcast graph for the same last two year period. So, what are the implications? What are your experiences?
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