Harumph. I have 4. 3 if you exclude hubpages.
On the plus side, some of those sources have visited more than once. But mainly just once.
If someone says "let them age" - I'll punch them.
HP lists 29. Analytics says there were 213 in the last month, but if I set the start date back 6 months, it says 433.
It's going to be a constantly changing figure.
If I ask Analytics to show me this for HP for the month of July ( I started here in may), it's only 93.
So, Mark? Let it age
Lol. Well, you know what I mean. It's the stock answer to newbs who wonder why they haven't made a fortune yet.
But it's true.
5/28 - 6-28: No sources
6/28 to 7/28: None again
7/28 to 8/28: 93
08/28 to -9/28: 185
Let it age
OK, once I figured out mm/dd and made it dd/mm I was able to see your conclusion. I just really don't get this age thing yet.
As I have learned a lot from you, oh yes, I read the little tit bits you put in the forums - white space, titles, summaries - I will bow to your superior whatsits and will post a reply in five months time.
Congrats on reaching 29. I'm up to 12 sources so far, which I was quite impressed with till I read yours. hehehe!
Well done and best wishes.xxx
hp shows the best 29 sources max for all if valid. my analitics show 111.
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