Why are other hubbers profiles showing up in my traffic source?
I was just playing around in the "My Account" section of Hubpages. I thought I would take a look at the "traffic sources" for my hubs. I noticed something that I've never seen before, all these links that I don't recognize (ex- the top source for my traffic is from hubpages.com, then google.com) So I clicked on one of them, and it led me to someone else's hubpages profile? I'm curious if anyone can tell me why? There's probably about 5-6 different hubpages profiles listed as sources of traffic for my hubs.. How does that happen?
That is great! That means at the bottom of one of their hubs, where similar hubs are listed, one of yours shows up and people are clicking it.
It could also be that you left a comment on their hub which piqued other readers interest, so they followed up on it by clicking on your profile link, especially if you made it known that you have published hubs about that particular topic
OH! Yay! lol. I was confused about that..Thanks for clearing that up for me! I greatly appreciate it. That's so exciting to think my hubs are actually getting listed at the bottom of someone else's AND that people are actually clicking on them.. Super exciting!
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