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Who is finding my hubs from FaceBook?
Recently I have seen a big jump in page views where the Traffic Source is listed as FaceBook. Is there a way to get more detail? I opened FB and used their search feature but that didn't tell me anything.
You should be able to do a specific search on google which will show where your hubs are linked on facebook.
Try copying and pasting the below into a google search.
I've experienced this as well. It happened two days in a row, and each time the article I pinned the Facebook traffic to had about 125 views above the norm for those particular articles. I performed the search Theeyeballkid suggested, and it worked, but neither of the recent articles that experienced the surge in traffic were in the list of my articles people liked.
It's a bit weird, and, for the moment, it's stopped.
I don't know how to find you on FB much less your Hubs. I know people find mine there though.
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