In the last month or so using Google Analytics, I've been noticing reader visits which occur in pairs. So one is direct and the other organic. I know they're from the same visitor because they come from the same city. What's that all about? They can't be redirects because one item in the pair is organic. The phenomenon occurs with lots of different articles and different visitors. Possibly these are image views, but they usually appear as an URL with an alphanumeric code tagged onto the end. I'm not sure whether this is shown in the Real Time report.
by Nathan Bernardo 6 months ago
I noticed one of my articles, though it used to get a lot of organic traffic, now gets more "direct" traffic. Made me curious if organic traffic is necessary to stay featured.
by Ryan OConnell 12 years ago
When you click on "View Stats" for a hub, you'll see the message "Top Traffic Sources - (not all views have a discernable source)"Why exactly is this? Don't most analytics programs show the source? Also, why doesn't it ever show direct traffic (like people just...
by pisean282311 10 years ago
which is biggest source of traffic for you?..organic ones or other sources?
by David 470 10 years ago
I see that there are 4 traffic sources. Search Engines, Direct traffic, referring sites, and other.Does direct traffic mean from hubpages? And referring sites? I have some for that..
by Tessa Schlesinger 19 months ago
I started answering questions a month ago on Quora. I have had nearly half a million views in that time, and my answers have been circulated at least two or three times a week in the Quora digest - sometimes sent to between 1 million to 1.3 million people.I inserted a link in to once of my...
by Melissa Flagg COA OSC 8 years ago
I just checked my traffic sources page and this is what I saw:Anyone else seeing this? It's a bit unnerving lol all the numbers at the top are completely absurd and are negative.
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