I just noticed on one of my hubs "What is Gun Powder Green Tea?" that there is a warning which states: This hub appears to be receiving traffic from a traffic exchange hub...the hub may be unpublished. (Words to that effect)
Yet, I do not know how this is happening. What control do I have over this happening if someone decides to post a link to this hub on such an exchange?
And what can I do about it?
I'd suggest contacting admin and discussing the matter with them.
do you understand what a traffic exchange is? Is it possible you signed up for one without understanding what it was?
Thanks for your answers. I do not know what a traffic exchange is - and I will write admin now.
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