I know that from time to time, a negative number will show up in our traffic stats and that they seem to clear themselves up after a few days. Normally when I get a negative number it is only a -1 or -2 and it's from a Google search engine in another country (google.com.za, google.sg.com. etc.) Today, on my other Hub, I have a -17 and it's coming from my own subdomain. I've never seen this before. Does anyone know if I should be worried about this? Thanks!
Correction: the -17 isn't coming from my subdomain, it's coming from hubpages.com
Read the link above, it will address your question.
by Sherry Hewins3 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?
by TIMETRAVELER22 years ago
I just checked my traffic sources and saw that my numbers are going backwards in several areas! That's a first!
by John Hollywood2 years ago
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