Where does it say that the video was made in 2004? I"m not seeing many sources.
by Lisa Stover 5 years ago
Where do you get the majority of your traffic from? Hubpages, google, etc?
by Polly C 8 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 they from search engines? I'm not sure as I would expect it to list Google or...
by Matt Maresca 10 years ago
This question is for you veteran hubbers. How much traffic do you tend to get from Google vs. HubPages vs. your blogs or other sources? I guess, ideally, I would like a good # of views from Google as this would mean that new people are finding me and reading my stuff. I'm starting...
by Sherry Hewins 5 years ago
For the past couple of days, when I look at traffic sources, I'm seeing -2 from Hubpages, Pinterest and Stumbleupon. -1 from several other sources. Is this happening to others, and does anyone know what it means?
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