Your AllinOne Traffic Report: Analytics In The Hub Keeps Getting Better and Better!

Your All-in-One Traffic Report: Analytics In The Hub Keeps Getting Better and Better!

Gorgeous (yet highly practical) analytics graphs/charts, easy-to-interpret breakdowns in one place, customizable page-by-page stats. Meet your new and improved Hub Analytics.

The Hub Analytics recently got a makeover, featuring stunning analytics that monitors your site’s top pages, traffic, bounce rates, and referrals.

The new design is for web agencies, freelancers, and site owners to monitor analytics — all in one convenient place.

In this brief article, we’ll cover what’s all included in The Hub’s Analytics section. This includes:

You’ll see why we’re so happy with Analytics’ slick new look and you’ll also get an overview of how it now makes monitoring web analytics easier and more convenient.

As long as you have the WPMU DEV Dashboard plugin installed and you’re a WPMU DEV member, you’ll be able to take advantage of all that analytics has to offer. All of this is done without a 3rd party app. Our tracking is enabled through our dashboard plugin.

Let’s begin!

Start by heading into The Hub. Once there, go to My Sites and click on the Analytics icon associated with your site.

Quickly get to your analytics dashboard via the analytics icon.

Also, you can gain access to the Overview of your site in The Hub by clicking the Analytics area, or Analytics from the menu bar.

The Hub overview where analytics are.There are two quick ways to access your analytics from the Overview.

Now that you’re into Analytics let’s have a look around! We’ll start with…

Easily Monitoring Site Visits, Unique Visits, and Traffic Sources

The Hub makes it easier than ever to monitor your site & unique visits, plus traffic sources. It’s all in one area and easily customizable.

Right away, when entering the Analytics Statistics area, you’ll get a detailed overview of all that’s going on when it comes to monitoring your site.

You can instantly get a look at site visits and individual page stats. You’re also given an overview of the number of visitors and the dates of the visits.

Analytics dashboard.The Analytics dashboard shows the essential details right away.

From here, you can adjust however you’d like to view specific information. For example, you can change the Graph options by showing all Visitors



This article was written by N. Fakes and originally published on WPMU DEV Blog.

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