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Which social bookmarking sites and the like actually increase traffic to hubs?


I've posted links to my hubs on some of those sites (digg, delicious, reddit...) and when log in to HubPages and go to traffic sources (which lists sites where hub traffic comes from along with # of views from those sites) I don't see any of those sites there. Does that mean no one from those sites viewed my hubs?

 

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Wesman Todd Shaw says

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Sherry Hewins says

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    AlexK2009 5 years ago

    I get no traffic from reddit.

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    Lena Kovadlo (lovebuglena) 5 years ago

    Those sites don't seem to bring much traffic if at all. But placing hub links on those sites might be beneficial for google search rankings of the hub. At least that's what I heard.

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