I have noticed that my most frequently visited hub only has a moderate score and is not even listed as my Hottest hub.
Mean while my Best hubs (the top three) get many times fewer hits a day than my most visited hub.
I have read everything I could find on the subject, but thought there may be another explanation. Does the category it is in matter?
Interesting. Maybe it has something to do with unique visitors originating from search engines as opposed to HP traffic. And also CTR which earns both you and HP some $$
Thanks for the thought. I checked it out, and it makes more CTR than any of the others, at least for me, so I would assume HP gets similar results.
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