Is the total traffic on HubPages is equal to sum total of traffics to individual's Hubs?
HP draws traffic from the existing members and audiences. I think total internal traffic must be equal to traffic by Individual Hubs. Is there any co-relation like simple arithmetic that total traffic on HubPages is equal to sum total of traffics to individual's Hubs?
For the answer to your question, look under your hubs metrics. It will show you exactly where your traffic has come from.
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