Does anyone know what this is? I was just looking at my traffic sources and under hubpages it said negative one. What in the world does that mean? How can you have a negative hit?
It just means you didn't have a hit, minus 1.
I got the same thing from google new zealand - I thought it was just a typo. Like imgreencat said, how can you have a minus hit?!
how can you have a minus hit?
If you haven’t had any hits for awhile, they then start taking back the ones they already gave you.
A negative one means that the person who viewed your hub has now sadly passed on. RIP(just kidding!)
lol.I have had i few pass away. Thanks for the info.
I guess nobody knows. Funny answers though......
by Melissa Flagg4 years ago
I just checked my traffic sources page and this is what I saw:Anyone else seeing this? It's a bit unnerving lol all the numbers at the top are completely absurd and are negative.
by zebtron2 years ago
Just wanted people to know that we are aware of an issue that is resulting in a subset of account level traffic sources to show as negative here.http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/traffic-sourcesWe are aware of the issue and...
by Mark Ewbie3 years ago
Dear Doctor,I am seeing minus stats on my stats thing.-1 hubpages.-1 google france.and so on.Am I normal?
by Andrew Smith2 months ago
What are your top traffic sources for the month? Me:1. reddit2. hubpages3. m.facebook4. flipboard5. forums.sherdogHow about you?
by Ivorwen7 years ago
In the last 24 hours, I have seen multiple negative numbers under the traffic sources, from outside sources... What is going on?
by TIMETRAVELER223 months ago
I have never seen this before! Analytics shows that I have traffic, but HP's traffic sources is showing all zeros. Anybody else having this issue?
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