People who search the site for specific topics, what are their searches logged as?
Let me be clear. If someone who is not a member is roaming the site and search for topics in the "hubs" feed or in the "topics" feed, are those recorded as Hubpages views?
well that is a great question.. I have no idea.... but... the search engines must have a way to know.. they are pretty smart..
I was wondering how it is logged in the stats here on HP.
Great question. Let's hope someone has an answer. I do see the stats tell you where the most traffic is in posting hubs, but its not specific.
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