One if my hubs posted on 16/11 has had the symbol for traffic rising for the last few days; yet the figure of 30ish views hasn't changed at all. Am I being stupid? Can anyone shed any light please? I'm not expecting lots of views but the symbol provokes excitement, followed by disappointment
I hope it's fixed soon, it's disheartening. If my hubs are rubbish, I'd like to know about it a.s.a.p lol x
It seems to happen frequently, however, according to all of the posts about the stats in the forums, it is not something to be concerned about. Eventually, the stats catch up with reality, and the administrators and engineers are aware of the issue, and working on it.
by Cindy Murdoch5 years ago
Where do i find these arrows indicating that traffic is rising or falling?
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by Sally Gulbrandsen6 days ago
If an Editbot visits your pages are these visits included in our Stats. I wonder if anyone else has seen a big increase in traffic since the stats page became inundated with little red exclamation marks?
by LongTimeMother20 months ago
We had this same problem a couple of weeks ago and it was resolved. Same problem again today though, so I'm reporting it. (If we don't report problems, how can we expect them to be fixed?)1 day stats are...
by Person of Interest10 months ago
...and he finds a solution.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Awf45u6zrP0 (35 sec.)
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