I have 2 questions:
1. What is the exact time that a daily hubpages cycle starts and finishes in terms of calculating viewings for that day and earnings?
2. How does it work in terms of seeing what your current daily viewings are? I'm sure sometimes throughout the day, the daily viewings for each hub changes - is it a running total over the previous 24 hours from when you are checking, or am I missing the way it works?
It works on a rolling 24 hours, yes. Google Analytics gives more accurate traffic data.
Ok, thanks. Do you know what time of the day the day's earnings are calculated and reset though, as that doesn't work on the rolling 24 hours.
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