And some subdomains show close to a hundred views against them. I see this when I check the stats of a hub. How is possible for certain hubber subdomains to send so much traffic? Will veteran hubbers or staff enlighten please?
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Rajan - this is it exactly. Most traffic from other subdomains will come through this route, but it could be through ANY link to one of your hubs from another hubbers hub.
i agree fully with Brianrock, because most of the times i too was baffled with these subdomains. You are right, perhaps that is the most logical reason
I always make a point to comment whenever I read a hub. And also make it a point to mention that I'm sharing it. However, like I pointed out to Sherry, near total majority of these hubbers have never commented on my hubs.
Thanks for your comment
Hmm...I then wonder if it's the case where someone embeds their hub name in your url, thus piggybacking off of you, and does the social media thing--facebook, twitter, pinterest. I don't like it if they're not even reading and commenting sincerely.
Mary, you can check your stats at the top of all your hubs!
Referral trackers(they share revenue ) can be used when linking to other hubs. But I do not know if they are allowed to be used for internal linking. Please refer Learning Center . Link :