This will probably not sound like a problem, but is it possible for a single hub to get almost 900 views in one day, out of the blue? One of my hubs did, before it had only 150 views in 6 months, today, 886. Could this be a technical glitch?
Go to the hub and check your stats tab as this will show you where the traffic came from. It might have been stumbleupon.
Yes. It's happened a lot of hubbers. Perhaps there was something in the news that related to your keyword, or maybe your hub was featured somewhere, etc.
Take a look at your stats to see where the traffic came from. That might help you figure out what's going on.
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