If I see some fellow hubber's link in the stats section for more than 100 times, what does it mean?
Does it mean, he/she has copied my hub here or elsewhere? That hubber has not even commented on my hub, even once.
I have had this same thing on my stats under traffic sources that shows a particular hubber has visited my hubs hundreds of times but never leaves a comment. So strange. It does make one wonder.
Could it be that they have linked your hub from one of theirs? It may be a similar topic, or add something to what they are saying.
It could be a good thing!
Yes, that's true. Could be your hub shows up under related hubs. Hey, I am all for views from wherever! I am happy for that but just curious why no comment ever.
Thanks jlpark, for answering the question!
No, they have not linked my hub to theirs, but they have written on a very similar topic. Thanks!
It could be that your Hub is showing as a related hub so people are coming from that hub to yours.
Exactly the prior answers are correct !! Whenever you open any hub, hubpages will show the readers similar hubs and suppose I opened my hub and your hub was displayed as similar reads in there, then when I click on your hub, stats will show as the traffic coming from my hub to your hub !!
I am new to this feature. But now I understand. There is a traffic sources button to view your traffic. Just now I clicked and tested it. My major traffic is from google. And some from other hubber profiles. But not from any link from direct hub. Thanks for asking this question. I came to know of this feature.
Yes, there is a 'stats' option to see the traffic/views on each individual hub,to see from where the views are coming. It is also there on 'My account' page, where total views of all the hubs is visible under traffic sources.
Yes, Chitrangada. I have come to know of these features due to your asking this question. So, thanks to you once again.
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