I logged into Google Analytics today and discovered I was getting some traffic from Google Books. I did a little web research and noticed websites with book reviews are listed, which might result in your hubs on book reviews, or other sites reviewing books garnering a bit of web traffic from this feature. Just thought I would share this discovery.
Very interesting and encouraging as well ! Thanks for telling us.
Nice! Thanks for sharing! I have been thinking about reviewing a few books that I love but wasn't sure if they'd get any traffic off of hubpages.
This would also give me encouragement to read more books for pleasure (I rarely do!), which is never a bad thing!
I get traffic from various sources on book reviews I have written in the past, but I no longer write about books so much because I am focusing more on other topics. It never hurts to try writing a book review and see how it goes.
Thank you Sweetie Pie for your fresh outlook on finding new things about Google Analytics. Thanks for sharing; I am a Fan.
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