Where does "other" traffic come from
In the stat view on some of my pages I have enormous amounts of traffic from the "other" category...what does that mean exactly, what other sites? I don't, or haven't yet, developed any backlinks.
I think as you get more hubs, you won't see "Other Traffic" anymore. The traffic is from Google in other countries, other search engines, Facebook, Twitter and various others. When some of these get enough traffic, they will show up in your account.
There is a variety of sources where it can come from, other social media websites, from search engines, or wherever in the world someone might "stumble" upon your hub.
One definite source is a person's own contacts beyond Twitter and FB, such as email lists generated using constant contact.
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