What does it mean when a lot of your traffic comes from another hubber's domain.
When I check my statistics for each hub, I sometimes find that for example, today's traffic was 100 for today and out of 100, 30 came from one hubber's domain (example.hubpages.com).
So I was just wondering if these hubbers actually visit my page a number of times or does it have to do with linking to my hub?
I'm not an expert, and may be wrong, but I think it's that that person may have written about a topic close to what your hub is about. When people read that person's hub, they probably click on the right side of the page (where related hubs are listed), on a link to your hub. Or, that person may have listed your hub as a related hub, with a link, at the bottom of the hub.
Again, I'm not positive, but that's what I've gathered from looking into. =]
Hope this helps a bit!
I don't think that the hubber's domain that shows actually themselves visit your hub so often.
I think they probably have written a hub which closely links to yours and they have either linked your hub from it (Maybe take a look at their hubs yourself and see if you can find a link to your hub in there) or your hub appears as a link automatically generated along the right in the "related hubs" section of one of their hubs that again has a similar content to one of yours.
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