WordPress has a feature where you can see which keywords have been used to find your blog posts in the last few days, weeks or month (or all time). I'm missing this feature on HubPages: I would love to see which keywords were actually used to find my hubs lately but now I need to check each hub individually and then going to its Stats section. I think this would be a very nice addition to HubPages as you can review it and adjust your hubs based on these keyword overviews.
It would be a nice addition.. Still, if you have your analytics account set up then you can find all of that information there. It's under "Traffic Sources", and then "Keywords." It'll give you more detailed information then HP anyway..
You can see that for your Hubs, although I also recommend using Analytics. Open one of your hubs and click Stats up at the top. You'll see a tab for "keywords" that will list the keywords used, arranged by search engine. What it doesn't tell you that Analytics will is what keywords were successful, or how long they stayed on the page.
by Robie Benve 6 years ago
I love to see what people were looking for when they found my hubs, it helps me choosing new titles and see which questions I left unanswered.I was hoping to see keywords under Traffic Sources, but I have to click on each hub and then stats, and then keywords.... quite a long process to check them...
by Ann Smith 9 years ago
Okay, guys! What am I doing wrong here? I have written 39 hubs, and only made $4.94 on AdSense. That must be the hardest earned $4.94 of my life - no joke! I made more than that in one evening of babysitting 25 years ago.HELP!! Please!! I have heard it takes...
by Paul Deeds 8 years ago
Fresh on the heels of accolades, we've just released another new feature that I'm pretty excited about. You can now see the top search terms that people are using to reach your hubs broken out by search engine. To see it in action, just navigate to one of your popular hubs, click on...
by Glen 8 years ago
I'll be posting a brief of each of the team members of the HubChallenge sub-forum. If you need help, get pointed in the right direction, some helpful tips and advice, you can ask these guys.First up, Ryan!1. Ryan Hupfer AKA The Hup Challenge2. Intentions for joining the last HubChallenge back in...
by Ceres Schwarz 5 years ago
Hello. I have some questions regarding Google Analytics and Webmaster tools. Any help is greatly appreciated. When I checked my webmaster tools, I saw a lot of URL errors, a 404 crawl error because apparently "Googlebot couldn't crawl this URL because it points to a non-existent page"....
by yanminis 8 years ago
I've joined hubpages last month because of all the words spreading around about it and since then I've created about 50 hubs all spread out over several accounts. Now I've targeted long tail keywords for my hubs with average CPC of 2$ and about 1000 hits per day. My hubs are ranking well and I'm...
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