Anybody know why my URL tracker show traffic but in the Traffice source, the domain that put the tracker on didn't show up as a traffic source?
I still don't get it. I used the tracker to point to my hub and that was a unique tracker for that domain name. I didn't see that traffic source in the Analytics either, I guess that's why it didn't show up in hubpages.
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