I have just realised that the view duration for several hubs of mine is not properly working. Hubs that were previously showing a duration are now reporting that not enough data has been collected. Here are some examples:
http://pollyc.hubpages.com/hub/Visiting … of-Croatia
However, I think they are more. The data seems to have disappeared.
Hi polly, I think hubpages are having a few problems, for some reason I updated my groups a few days ago, and dropped my profile score from high 90s to low 80s! still waiting for them to go up! lol!
by TIMETRAVELER23 years ago
These show at the top of each article, but it would be nice to view them easily. This would give writers an idea as to how engaged readers are without having to check Google Analytics and would be much less...
by dingdong8 years ago
MetricsWord Count: 321Revenue Potential: $$$Incoming Links: ∗View Duration: ∗∗∗First Published: 11/11/08---------------------------------Ok, I don't know whether it's new addition or I failed to notice before....
by Will Apse5 years ago
Sorry, but I am in a suggesting new features mood.Why not put view duration stats on the 'my account page'? If user metrics are becoming more important it could replace something like the number of slide show views...
by KCC Big Country6 years ago
A feature I would find handy is having all of the Hub Metrics data (word count, revenue potential, incoming links, view duration, date published (already on other stat pg) and short url) found on another stat...
by The Write Life27 hours ago
I see big differences between page views on the home account screen as opposed to the stats on individual Hubs. What gives?
by Janet217 years ago
I notice that on most of my hubs my visitor duration is 5*s. (a handful of 4*s, but nothing ever less than 4*s). I am wondering if my hubs are just so interesting that my readers stay awhile or is a 5*...
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