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Can someone tell me what "t.co" is ? I started seeing this "t.co" as a traffic source and wanted to know what it is and if anyone knows anything about it. Also started receiving traffic from fivver! What are these sites and why do I receive traffic from them. Any help would be higher appreciated for I always concern myself when I start getting unfamiliar traffic from places I never seen before.
It's twitter. They shorten their links, so it appears like this on your traffic sources list.
Oh okay. Thanks! I'm just curious to know why I'm getting traffic from twitter when I don't have a twitter account. Anyway thanks for answering me.
Readers can tweet your articles when you publish them.
Hubpages tweets some of our hubs so you may get it from there or any twitter account that posts links to your hub. Often if someone likes your hub they will tweet it to their friends- no account needed to get tweet traffic
Gordon, who cares is anyone who wants to make money- knowing your sources helps you to tap that source more- if 90% of your traffic came from an unknown source it would behooth you to go there and tap into that traffic with promotion... concerning yourself with stats like this is what makes the difference between those who earn and those who don't.
by Liz Elias7 years ago
Hi- I was noticing that the traffic source reports include Twitter and Tweet Grid, but not Tweet Deck. I normally use Tweet Deck, because it is much more user-friendly, and auto-refreshes (unlike...
by JanMaklak5 years ago
Where do your best sources of Hub Traffic come from?Thank you to everyone who helped me understand the reason you are a hubber. My next question is have you reviewed your traffic sources that canbe found under...
by badcompany998 years ago
I joined Twitter just for a laugh and I notice you can add yer hubs to Twitter straight from the "share" button on here. Any of you experienced Hubbers noticed any increase coming from Twitter ?
by Lee Hansen3 years ago
I just glance at traffic sources for my hubs to get a feel for where readers/visitors come from. My biggest source of traffic everywhere else is/has been Google. On HP it is pinterest. But one source baffles me: I get...
by MikeSyrSutton3 years ago
Twitter hits used to appear under traffic sources. Why doesn't it anymore?
by Polly C8 years ago
Where does my traffic come from?I joined Hubpages about a week ago and have had 69 views. However, my traffic source tells me that only 47 come from Hubpages and does not give any source for the others. Are...
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