What is the difference between search, referral and direct traffic on google analytics?
Search = visitor came from a search engine. Referral = referred by another website, and direct traffic = someone has directly typed in your URL into their browser to access your website - a lot of these may be from you, if you have not set analytics to block your own IP address from the stats
by mistrunner7 years ago
What sites other than google can I get to direct traffic to my hubs?I know there are sites out there I just don't know where.
by redwards016 years ago
This question may sound a bit silly, I do know the what both are, but I've been hearing talk about switching between the two. People have been talking about viewing their adsense stats on Google, however, my impressions...
by Mubin1238 years ago
It has been about 7 days since I started hubbing.I have seen about 1500 visitors from the 2 main search engines since a started.1200 from Yahoo and 300 from GooGle. I am expecting Google to increase slowly whereas...
by hazelwood46 years ago
To all the SEO Techies on the site, I have a Hub that I wrote about the Kuerig Coffee maker that ranks #3 on Scroogle.com, but on Google.com I cannot find the article ranking anywhere close to where it ranks on...
by shazwellyn8 years ago
Are they different labels meaning the same things? I know it sounds stupid and basic, but I would really like to know for sure. Thanks x
by skylergreene5 years ago
How do you rank in non-Google search engines?I rarely see any traffic from Bing, Yahoo, or any other search engines besides Google. This problem does not occur on websites that I've set up personally. Why...
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