....how can I try to drive more traffic from that source?
Right now I have 45 of my impressively low 465 views that just aren't accounted it for. The "other" category I guess.
So...if the name of the game is to get non-hubpage viewers and only 11 of those non-hubpages views are accounted for - how can I get more from the place the 45 non-hubpage views are coming from?
You could use Google Analytics. If you have an adsense account it should prompt you on the top of the page if you want to link the two together.
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