Any way to track social media shares?
I'm not sure this is possible but it does intrigue me. Is there any way to find out how/where a chain of views originated from? Yesterday I had about 600 views for one hub and almost all came from Facebook. It didn't originate from me. This is actually the second time in less than a week this has happened (the first gave me 80 Facebook views from Peru) but I'm just confused... how and why does this start?
Actually just found out. The guitar manufacturer themselves posted my hub on their Facebook and Twitter feeds. Shocked and surprised!
by Audrey Hunt2 years ago
Do you use social media to bring traffic to your hubs? What are your favorites?
by Joanna Blackburn13 days ago
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