Can anyone tell me why I am getting traffic from Amazon.com? I am confused here.
I like checking my stats to see where my traffic is coming from and to my surprise one of my hubs (with no Amazon.com capsules by the way) have generated some traffic from Amazon.com. Is there a search engine by the name of Amazon.com? Or why would Ibe getting traffic from there?
Amazon.com is more than the online retailer. They have subsidiaries such as A9, their search and ad technology subsidiary. They own Alexa which is a web traffic service. They have a service called S3 for hosting web site infrastructure. So on and so forth.
by Anita Powell3 years ago
Can anyone tell me what to do when your hub stops getting traffic?Can anyone tell me what to do when your hub stops getting traffic?
by Lena Kovadlo3 years ago
I just logged into my account and noticed that I have close to 30 hubs that are unfeatured due to engagement? Why did this happen all of a sudden? Is there anything I can do to make them featured again?
by ofmelancholy7 years ago
yahoo is probably the second search engine after google. Does anyone get traffic from yahoo? Does it worth the time you register your hub to yahoo?
by Elena.9 years ago
Hi everyone,My latest hub is getting half its traffic from stumbleupon.com. I never posted it/promoted it there (barely know what it is, really, I'm such a dummy!), so I wonder how come I'm getting traffic from...
by Mubin1238 years ago
Interestingly enough I just recieved some traffic from adwords today. im not advertising any of my hubs on adwords, so who is?whats goin on?
by Gener Geminiano8 years ago
I'm finding it difficult to reach 100 hayz, my highest so far was 99 few weeks ago, and last week 98, now I'm stuck with 94-96. When I posts hubs sprinkled with research my author score gets hurt and wounded but we need...
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