I have a HUGE view increase in one of my hubs and would like to know where it is coming from. I viewed the stats and it shows the google, bing, etc, but this does not account for this one day boost. Is there anyway of getting more info as to where it is coming from?
This may lead to a new record for me that would totally make my day, month, year, etc., with 100 views in one day. I'm 5 off. WooooHoooo. Which leads to my next question of how often the views are updated. I know this is a one time thing (for now) because of this hub but I'm still ecstatic.
Thank you all in advance for your help and have an incredibly fabulous day.
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