Hi guys. If traffic to hub means the traffic that actually click the hub, what does traffic view means?
This is referring to the tracker.
Thank you in advance!
Trackers are basically a way for you to get referrals (which allow you to put a % of adverts on referrals hubs.)
Traffic to hub means how many views the hubs of any of your referrals are getting.
Traffic views means how many people have clicked that particular tracker.
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