Which site gives you the maximum traffic to your hubs? in my case its you guys (from hubpages) that visit my hubs the most. I tried to share in twitter and stumbled upon,but didnot help much.
Google is my top dog, followed by Hubpages. Then, Ironically its Yahoo.
17 of my top 30 sources are some forum of Google..Like .au or .de
Google by far and away is #1 for me. Yahoo is #2. Traffic from my external blogs is #3 and internal from HP is #4.
Note it, how many people will directly type the HubPages url in their brower unless they are familiar with the site. That actually means search engines bring us the majority traffic, once people get into the site then it's upto them to choose among whatever interests them.
But my stats look like they have been frozen all day.
Hubpages for the most part, but google and yahoo are catching up.
google, hubpages, google.au, and other google sites and yahoo, i have alot coming from experience blog asd well.
still not enough!!
Google, HubPages and Yahoo. It's fun for me to see all the different types of googles - Google Ireland, Google Australia, etc. -- coming in. I love that HP is so international.
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