Statistics for my hub with the highest traffic indicate that more than 91 percent of traffic comes from "Other."
Who might "other" be?
Hurm... that certainly is a peculiar one. Anyway you can drill down on that bit of info in Analytics?
"Other" most likely means from search engines popular in specific countries. As big as google is they're not widely used in countries such as China which uses Baidu.com, the 4th largest search engine in the world.
Then the largest search engine in Russia is Yandex.com and so on and so on...
Yes use analytics, you'll get the best info from there.
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