I see on my account that my hubs have been viewed. Is there any way to find out who is reading them?
Visit the hub in question and look at the stats link in the black bar at the top. That will give you breakdowns of where visitors are coming from (Hubpages, search engines, Facebook, etc).
Also remember - your own views are counted, so if you visit your hub twice it will count as two views.
Any way to find out specific names of who is reading them? In the stats bar, I couldn't find a breakdown. All i find is a graph of hubs published and hub views. Thanks for answering my question!
No, you can't find out specific names. That would be an invasion of privacy.
However if you connect Google analytics you can get breakdowns of things like country and city, time stayed on the page etc.
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