noticed no traffic today, on malicious links in upper left corner it says 'malnare links by userld' and on broken links it says'bad links by userld' ?
It is possible to get no traffic for some days.
If you keep getting no traffic then think about changing your hubs title to make it more appealing.
Try titles that start with a question like "did you know?" or "How to..." or "You've got to read this!"
If you've got bad links then edit your hubs and the bad links will be highlighted yellow.
Hope this helps.
by Carolee Samuda5 years ago
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by psycheskinner2 weeks ago
Broken links used to be highlighted in yellow, not it seems they are not? This makes it much harder to find and fix them. I am using Firefox, is it any better in any of the other browsers.
by Liz Elias2 weeks ago
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by Steve Andrews4 years ago
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by Sherri6 years ago
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by Eaglekiwi6 years ago
One of my hubs has a black triangle with an exclamation mark inside it.This is supposed to mean link is bad (or not working) on the hub marked,but I how can I tell which link it is.Do I need to check them all out?
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