I see that there are 4 traffic sources. Search Engines, Direct traffic, referring sites, and other.
Does direct traffic mean from hubpages?
And referring sites? I have some for that..
Direct traffic shows how many visitors arrived at your hub (or any other page for that matter) through typing the URL directly into their browser, through a bookmark (favorites) and from some paid advertising sources.
Yep, but more precisely it means someone clicked those links to get to your hub.
This should all be easy enough to see under your account and "traffic sources".
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 Aficionada5 years ago
Ever since the switch to subdomains, I have seen specific subdomain names listed on the traffic stats for individual Hubs; and on the Traffic Sources Page, the numbers for HubPages have seemed to decline...
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 Jennifer Suchey2 years ago
I know when you click on Traffic Sources, you can see general info on how many views have come from where, but I'm looking for more specifics than that.I thought in the past I had found a place on HubPages where you...
by JP Carlos5 years ago
I'm getting traffic from different sites and search engines. Is there a way for me to know which hubs are generating these traffic?
by Andrew Smith2 months ago
What are your top traffic sources for the month? Me:1. reddit2. hubpages3. m.facebook4. flipboard5. forums.sherdogHow about you?
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