Checking my traffic and not sure about this Mturk.com ??? Anyone know what this is? Help
Mtruk.com is a human outsource operated by Amazon. It is used by HubPages. What they do is they have readers who are certified by HubPages to read and rate articles that are published. That is used to determine if an article (Hub) is featured. So, the views you see is from MTurk readers reading your submitted article.
by Barack James3 years ago
This may sound stupid though Lately; am getting some traffic from mturk.com; of cause it doesn't worry me, just need an explanation how this is logical, do they have some algorithm??? or is it that I have featured...
by Carolee Samuda5 years ago
My traffic just dropped by about 33% similar to like on weekends. I was wondering if anyone else is experiencing this. Some of my hubs that normally give me 100+ views during the week have dropped to way below 100 like...
by DeanKeaton2594 years ago
Does anyone use livejournal for backlinks?I think someone told me they did in the past, but I'm not sure. Is it worth putting links on livejournal?
by Lisa5 years ago
Sorry, I was in my traffic sources and it is showing about 5 incoming links from myhughesnet.com (myhughesnet.com) is a satellite company or something. can anyone fill me in? I have googled everything. ...
by Joween Flores2 years ago
Well, when you are suffering from depression and you opened your hubpages stats then you notice that 9 of your supposed to be featured hubs got unfeatured due to lack of traffic.. Very disappointing indeed but, can you...
by Richard Bivins8 years ago
I had my first article published through triond.com a few hours ago and have already had over 50 page views. Not sure if I'm allowed to post a link to the article here but it describes how music makes up the...
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