Just published a hubmob weekly hub. Usually hubs get views even when saved unpublished- despite being in that status and even after subsequent publishing the hub views have stayed at zero!
I have had three comments on this hub so far but the view figures remain stubbornly at zero while usually views do mount up quick even before publishing.
Is there a bug?
this is the 'haunted' hub:
Thanks for any helps/suggestions!
Just read the previous post- perhaps the stats are static due to some site overhaul?
comments with no views is impossible...it has to be a glich!
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