One of my hubs has seen a massive surge in traffic from M.Bing. I think I'm correct in assuming this is a mobile search engine, although correct me if I'm wrong. Pretty much 99% of the articles traffic is coming through M.Bing. I have no idea why? Has anyone else found this has happened to any of their hubs?
One factor that I am sure contributes is the fact that it is a hub about an iPhone app. But even so, it's seem like I;m getting a remarkable amount of traffic from there.
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