A couple of my hubs have been accessed I see from foreign countries. Is there a way I can review what one country is reading verses another country?
I know I can see the activity under traffic sources but I am curious what else that country is reading of mine.
Google Analytics should show you a breakdown of where your readers are coming from.
Under Google Analytics it should break it down for you telling you your overall readership base. However, I think you can break it down even further, but I'm not knowledgeable about how to do it.
I'm sure other people might help.
As Cagsil says, google analytics will do the job for you. They even have a world map that gets colored in as visitors from each country view your hubs. Plus a text listing of how many from each country over most any time period.
I have been remiss in not using Google Analytic s - thank you very much for sharing your knowledge!
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