Traffic from blogger.com?
Today I saw one of my hub's statistics, and when I observed the stats for the day, I noticed that a couple of visitors came through the traffic source of blogger.com. I do not own any blog, neither I am aware of any of my hubs being posted on any blog. Any idea about this traffic source? and how can I find more about it?
With Google Analytics, you should be able to learn more about the traffic sources, including the keywords and URLs that sent you this traffic.
I have also had traffic from websites I have nothing to do with.
After doing some more research I was able to find a statement from a blogger simply describing ways on quitting smoking,with a link to my hub on quitting smoking being a great guide :-) .
So that's one thing I can think of , others finding your hubs interesting and sharing it with the readers they have on blogs or websites etc..
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