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Old 03-14-2013, 09:02 AM   #1
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Default Audience & traffic sources oddity

Something strange is happening with one of my blogs. It's had an uptick in traffic (in the past, very low), and the blogger.com stats are definitely weird.

The posts that are having the most page views are the ones that should: recent posts and a few with seasonal relevance.

But the traffic sources and the audience (by country) are baffling to me. The sites that blogger says are referring the most traffic are all in the .ru domain and, as far as I can discern, have nothing to do with the subject of my blog. The largest audience recently has been from Ukraine - about equal to the total from all English-speaking countries.

Any idea why this is happening? I have another blog at blogger.com where the referring sites and audience are about what I'd expect. The one with the strange referrers and audience is The OK Moreh.
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