Each week I get an email stating I had a great week on Twitter with tons of views, sometimes into the thousands. Having stated that, where do the views from Twitter show up under our Traffic Sources on our Account page? I see Pinterest, Google, Facebook, etc., but I do not see anything from Twitter. Do views from Twitter count? If not, what is the point of sharing anything on Twitter? Thank you for your clarification on this, and please forgive my ignorance on such topic.
On a hub, hit "stats" at the top, and you can see where some of your views come from. t.co is Twitter to the best of my knowledge if you see that.
Oh, really, thank you so much, Dale. I appreciate you taking time to answer. I will check that out.
Hope that you are able to view and confirm your Twitter views.
Thank you, but what about under all traffic sources for all hubs, I do not see any from Twitter?
I just realized that I share other hubbers' hubs on Twitter and so hopefully the views are showing up on their accounts LOL
Thanks for mentioning that t.co is Twitter - I had no idea! Very helpful info, Dale. Thanks for posting this, @Faith Reaper because I'm still learning all the ins & outs of stuff on HubPages and each 'nugget' of new information adds to my info database of knowledge.
Oh, you're welcome, Wednesday-Elf. I never knew where the twitter views were under. So, I am glad I am not the only one. Thanks again, Dale!
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