If anybody can answer this, I'd love to hear your thoughts.
A week or so ago I linked to a few Blogger posts from one or two of my hubs. Views went up significantly on those Blogger posts. I tried again with another one, and the same thing happened.
However, Google Analytics is not showing those numbers, an in fact, is only showing that i'm getting maybe 10 views daily from 25 posts.
Something seems really off here. Blogger notates those added views as coming from HP, but if GA isn't showing them, there must be some problem.
I have also experienced same.
Hundreds of views apparently from HP but not showing in Google Analytics.
I'm also curious about this.
I put it exactly where it is supposed to be and followed all of the directions. GA is picking up views, just not all of them.
Wasn't there a thread about something similar a few weeks ago? Something about bots? So GA doesn't recognise them as legit visits?
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