From which traffic should a successful hubpage come from?
I found my hubpage traffic comes mostly from mturk.com. Why is that?
I also noticed that some of my traffic comes from mturk.com, which is a kind of freelancer site by Amazon; as far as I understand. But I also cannot understand, why the traffic comes from that site to my hubs. May be someone else can update us on this issue.
About the rest part of your question, the best traffic source is of-course the Search Engines. The more better stuff you write, the better the Search engines rank it, and the more traffic you get. There can be no better source of (free) traffic than search engines such as Google and Bing etc.
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