What major sites are not considered a "discernible source" for traffic?
In reviewing my stats this morning I was thrilled when I saw views over 50 on one new hub! Yet, the majority of the traffic is from unidentifiable traffic. What sites might this include? Twitter? LinkedIn? How do I know what works if I cannot trace the traffic? I am seeking a repeatable model to encourage traffic but this is not helping me repeat successful marketing of my hubs.
by Liam Hallam6 years ago
Do you have a source for backlinks, traffic and seo that you'd like to share with the community? Is there somewhere in your particular knowledge area you use to help develop more backlinks?Please share your more unique...
by James Daulton13 months ago
3 weeks in and a few hubs created, can you help me to get the most from hubpages and give back to other members too. What do you wish you knew when you started out?
by Missing Link9 days ago
I'm thinking the answer is probably yes?If you have hubs that have been deemed "not featured", for one reason or another, will that factor into lowering your overall score/rating as a HubPages member? ...
by Eugene Brennan15 months ago
Just wanted to share this. Someone pinned or "flipped" one of my hubs on Flipboard, a magazine site. So I've had a ton of traffic all morning. I made my own magazine and the traffic magnified even more!...
by Sondra Rochelle8 months ago
HubPages is considered a social networking sites, so views that come from it have less value than others. I am wondering if the same is true of the niche sites. Are they considered to be social networking...
by Eric Dockett15 months ago
Some of the redesigned sites are not showing the attribution SOURCE link for photos. I see this on sites where the author bio has been moved to the center. On sites like Spinditty, which have not yet been changed over...
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