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I am noticing traffic to my tech hubs coming from subdomain.hubpages.com and hubpages.com itself. Can you explain the difference. Also is there a way to determine "where" on HubPages that direct traffic came from (bounce link, search).
You can see more in-depth results if you have google analytics. You'll see exactly where and who, when, keywords, very cool tool. Stats on HP is very generic and for informational purposes only I think also, I think you're talking about 'internal' traffic. You should be watching for traffic from the search engines
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