I noticed yesterday that I had over 300 hits from Bing traffic on one of my hubs that usually does not get much traffic at all. Today the same thing. It's my hub on the Presidents dog Bo.
Any speculation why??
Bing is used as the default search engine on some college campuses that have lots of students and staff looking at the same items, often times for assignments. This has happened to a couple on my Hubs, so I think you can expect it to happen more frequently in future. Cheers! Hope they up your adsense with many clicks as well.
Izzy) Interesting. I didn't check, I just noticed a big influx of Bing traffic all of a sudden
Patty) That's probably why!! Makes sense. I thought it was a glitch at first!
hmmm...traffic is going back down again. Bo's birthday party must be winding down....well it was fun while it lasted!!
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