Hi HP Staff!
I have a Q about something, I hope you are able to answer.
As a publisher here, I opted for the "claim your sub~domain".
Since doing so, two events have transpired:
a) Inbound traffic/views to my hubs are showing username.hubpages.com AND hubpages.com. Could you kindly explain the differential, as well as the expected projected effects of said differential.
b)I noticed since the "switch" overall Hub Scores have changed slightly downward. Is this expected? If yes, why. If no, why? (also noted as this mostly happens on or just prior to the weekends).
c) Sidebar: Over the course of the last few months, I noticed 90% of my traffic comes from HubPages -either myself editing or viewing page stats, else other Hubbers viewing pages. First, how does this effect my overall Hub Score. Second can Hub Pages remove "my views/ my edit, stats" to show ONLY unique visitors to Hubs.
Muchas Gracias, mi amigos.
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