Just wondering, when you click stats on your hub, about the graph that it displays.
It has google and hubpage parts, but there's also an "other" section. My "Other" section seems to keep growing and growing on some of my hubs while the other parts shrink.
What does other mean? Is that backlink traffic? Direct traffic... or... something else?
above that graph ..u would see various site listing with numbers..it would show from where pageviews are coming..also get analytics integrated with hub.it would give u detailed stats...
I already have analytics. Just trying to figure out what that "other" part specifically refers to. The numbers just don't seem to add up right lol
as far as my hubs are concerned , other means largely social bookmarking sites..for them i do get visits which hubpages categorizes as others...
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