What does it mean when you have someones domain name listed in your traffic sources?
Why is it listed there? How did it happen?
It means they most likely have a link to one of your hubs on their website, which is great!
I thought it meant that they clicked on your hub from their newsfeed. Perhaps they are one of your followers, or someone they follow commented on your hub which is why it appeared it their feed.
Im just guessing though....
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