Ok, So as I was looking at the stats for my hub I saw how some views had come from HubPages, facebook and twitter. No surprises here as I have been advertising them on these sites.
However, I then noticed I had some views from a site called iconfactory or something.
Does this mean someone has posted a link to my hub on that site? If so that's great.
There might be a link. Do you have analytics? If so, it will tell you and you can also get to the page where your views originated from. If not, try heading over to iconfactory and see if you can tell where your traffic is coming from, like from a forum post etc.
There are quite a few Hubs that offer advice and places to generate traffic to your own Hubs. Just use the search bar up at the top right there, loadsssss of tips and info. Welcome to HubPages!
they prob gave you a newslink, you can tell which hub the traffic is from, right?
search the title w/ iconfactory and youll prob find it, assuming you dont have analytics installed
Go ahead and install analytics now, it takes 10 minutes, youll see where the traffic is from the next visitors
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