I just checked the traffic sources for my hubs, and out of 772 views 600 are from within HubPages and 50 are from google or yahoo search engines. The remaining 122 are 'unclaimed sources'. Any idea what the sources might be? - I mean, could it be my facebook & myspace links? Or blogger & shetoldme? (so far I have no comments on blogger & shetoldme)
The most likely cause is bots or user agents that that fail to identify themselves properly. Direct visitors, search engine bots and referring sites are generally easy to spot so I wonder if you have been running any third party tools on your hubs? If not someone else might be.
by Dr. John Anderson2 years ago
The Traffic Sources under my account/stats is showing all Zeros for last 24 hours
by DrMark19614 years ago
My traffic sources is showing Hubpages, Google, Yahoo, etc but does not show my web site, which I am sure is active and bouncing visitors back to my articles on Hubpages. Any idea why it does not show up?
by Ridwan_fx5 years ago
How can I improve my hub traffic..???
by Jennifer Suchey3 years ago
I'm pretty new around here. When I look at my traffic sources sometimes it says Google, which sounds really cool, like as if people are finding my hubs from a Google search. However none of my hubs are anywhere near the...
by Melissa Flagg4 years ago
I just checked my traffic sources page and this is what I saw:Anyone else seeing this? It's a bit unnerving lol all the numbers at the top are completely absurd and are negative.
by benzino847 years ago
Go to: my account-->(under "YOUR HUBS") Traffic Sources--> This states there are 30 sites with a minumum of 5 referals.Response requested for:I don't know how to utilize any of these thirty, much less...
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