One of my hubs is suddenly getting traffic from flickr.com (an image website). Can anyone suggest possible reasons for this? I have no idea.
I noticed a few weeks ago that the search terms for one of the views on my hubs was creative commons telescope. Perhaps it's possible that whilst someone was searching for an image they've entered search terms that maybe match a public domain image that you may have used. If that makes sense.
My sincere thanks for all of your suggestions. I will look around Flickr.com for comments and/or a search box.
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