Anybody can tell me if the two are necessarily the same? One of my hubs is showing some views from delicious.com but when I look at my traffic sources, it's not there.
Also, what is delicious.com? Just curious.
They only show up in your traffic sources if at least 5 visitors were sent from there
Delicious is a popular social bookmarking place
Once you have a more substantial amount of Hubs and have been with the site longer, the two data sets become quite different. And both are useful.
Hey LVM, your score is rising! Go, go, go Girl!
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