I just noticed in my traffic source there is a minus 1(-1) in the column of 24hours against google.com.bd
Is there negative traffic possible??
I would like to have expert opinion.
Not an expert but I have seen it too. I think I read a post that Raleche made that said it is a glitch in the HP system that shows up now and then.
Its just a glitch... don't worry about it. I had this happen a while back on almost all of my hubs. I had NO idea what was going on... I couldn't imagine I was doing that badly (I was new) . I posted just like you did, and found that several people were having the same issue. Seems like it comes around now and again. Give it a few hours, to a few days tops and it'll all work itself out.
I now have minus figures from Google.com and Twitter.
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