I have a "-1" on my traffic source page. How does that happen? It is for "google.ca" I have "-1" vis
Hi Ellen_C I know that the "google.ca" stands for "google in Canada. Thus the ca. I do not know what the -1 is for. Perhaps another hubber can answer that for you. Have a great evening.
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