Is anyone else getting traffic from this site?
I am getting traffic from it but I am not sure what the site is or if it's a new search engine of some kind. I do know it has something to do with a Chinese application. So I am wondering if this is a good or bad thing.
It's what they call a spam referral. Sites like that link to legitimate sites to attract attention.
I suggest staying away from it in case the site has malware or viruses.
If you use Google Analytics, I also suggest using the filter function to get rid of them from your reports. Otherwise, they can distort the numbers.
Thanks for the warning. That is what I was wondering. Is it a bad thing that we are getting traffic from them?
Spam referrals don't offer any value with readership or ad revenue.
They are bad if they send a lot of traffic over and over again because they corrupt your analytic reports. They are especially bad if you go to their sites out of curiosity, your anti-virus software isn't up to date and you get hit with malware or viruses.
Ok thanks. I was also wondering if they can get your personal information off of other sites that most of us have connected to this site like Facebook, Linkin. I read that they have something to do with data mining. I am not tech savy with this stuff.
Thanks for answering me. Let me know if you figure out what it is. It sees to be connected to this site https://www.bytedance.com/ which I see in my stats.
They only thing they can do is get you to click and share their link. That is all they want. I suggest deleting the post where you linked to them.
I never linked anything to them that I know of. They may have picked up a link from some other social site where I shared the articles. But it doesn't sound like it is anything to worry about.
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