I lost traffic the past couple of weeks and I was wondering if this site could be causing the problem http://webtopicture.com/write/-write-ob … -note.html
This site takes a screen shot of your article blog ect... It links directly to your hub ect.. but when you click the screen shot an intrusive ad appears before the visitor can see your article.
What do you think about this?
I have not come accross this site before, but thought I would bump this post in case another hubber has. Sorry to hear about your loss in traffic, that sucks. I hope the issue gets resolved.
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