Change Blog Analytics high-level page view metric to include all page views
The chiclet for page views in blog analytics was changed from total page views of all blog pages to only indicating home page hits. The new metric has no value to me or my manager. We need to be able to see how many visits we receive to our blog in 30 days in total, not just the home page.
AdminHubSpotter (Admin, HubSpot) commented
Right now this is possible if you go to Page Performance > HubSpot Blog Posts, then set the timeframe that you want and then export the report. You can sum all of the page views in excel to get the total page views of all of your blog posts for that period.
I'll see if we can find an easier way to provide this within the app.
Todd Harris commented
The title confused me at first, but the detail text explains it well. I just moved to HS from wordpress and now we have little to no analytics for our blog. We need agreggated stats on blog visits only.
In Reports -> Page Performance -> Hubspot Blog posts -- the result in the top bar should be ONLY views for the blog, not the entire site. Keywords and inbound links should operate the same way.
The current display is broken, imo.
@Lola FYI that this idea is about tracking page views for a single blog, but cumulative across all articles.
You may be interested in checking out this idea around aggregating analytics for multiple blogs:
Lola Rephann commented
Totally agree. We have about 6 blogs running off our blog home. We need to be able to monitor analytics for all the pages, not just the home blog.
Nora Sebok commented
Please bring back the 30 days data showing the total number of views.
Allison Bailes commented
Bring back the 30 day number that shows all page views in the blog!