I understand that traffics from some sites is "not discernable," but the graphs on a few of my highest traffic hubs show that "other" sites far outnumber traffic from listed sites. My question is this: Do we have any idea at all where this traffic might be coming from?
On my best hub, traffic that's not discernable amounts to more than 90 percent of my traffic. What should I make of that?
If you go take a look at your Google Analytics, you'll get a lot more info about the "other" sites.
My sons love checking out my google analytics, lol ..it's a awesome tool for sure.
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