I asked this is the forum that is now closed, but no one got a chance to respond, so here it is again.
I am now seeing a considerable amount of traffic from my subdomain, second only to google.com.
Is this from readers that are using my hub to hub links? With perhaps a few coming from my profile?
If so, it would seem a good indication of just how valuable this interlinking is. When 20% of my traffic is driven by links from my own hubs, I'd say they are worth the effort to put in.
Would any of those be your own views? (Oh, is that what you mean by "coming from my profile"?)
No, they are not mine. The only views I have made have been from search engines the last couple of days.
No, the profile comment comes from the fact that I have a few links on there, like everyone else, but it is not truly a hub. Still a link from within the subdomain, but not from a hub.
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