I don't understand, but I see information of my hubs in my Google Analytics pages.
It's recording data for you to use to improve your marketing, see where you are having success, what's popular, what keywords they used to find your Hub. It's all good no need to panic
by Melody Trent3 years ago
I have been monitoring my real time traffic for the past week. I have noticed that the active page is sometimes listed as "/". Does anyone know what that means? The last time it happened I checked and it was...
by Rajinder Soni8 years ago
Hi friends,Three days back, I got a good hit on my hubs and the adsense revenue generated from that single day was around 5 times more than average days, though the average clicks were the same, the cost of per click...
by Paul Deeds10 years ago
For those of you that want to dig deeper into the traffic trends on your hubs, we've added a new feature allows you to track your pages on HubPages using Google Analytics. Simply sign up for an analytics account...
by Melody Trent5 years ago
A little while ago I had a spike of traffic that came from Google Organic searches. Every single one of my hubs had a spike that day, then slowly my views plummeted. Each day there were fewer and fewer views from...
by Person of Interest4 years ago
When a new hub is published, the hub's images immediately appear on the Recent Images section of the profile page. When the search engine follows those links...?
by Sophia Angelique5 years ago
I don't understand something.If the average time people spend on an article is 4.5 minutes, how can the bounce rate be 90%? Doesn't 'bounce' mean that they just go on the site for a split second and then go off?
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