I have read from the Learning Center that Google Analytics is a very good tool to understand the performance of your hubs. Upon browsing and reading, I still cannot find the right information or technique to get the most out of this tool. Does anybody know? Thanks.
Once your account has been linked to analytics (which I'm guessing it has)
You can go to the dashboard and go to keywords to see the keywords that people used to access you page
You can go to the "most frequent" page to see which hubs got the most hits
You can go to the content sources page to see which other online pages (that aren't common search engines) gave you a visitor
You can go to content adsense page to see which hubs earned how much
And you can change the calendar to see only today, yesterday, past week, past year, whatever you want really.
And you can have it compare to data on the same dates from previous years by checking the compare button in the calendar.
Wow. Thanks. This is the information I've been looking for. Are you a seasoned member?
The best info on how to use Analytics and what it does is on their own site,
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