I know that HP staff do check in on many of the forum threads, and I know that Paul E. has seen the discussions in "The Subdomain Switch...." But I keep wondering whether the sudden drop-off of traffic for specific Hubbers could in any way have a stuck-stats or other type of engineering component to it. Is that being checked along with all of the other possibilities?
I wonder if turning hubads off and making some adsense channels (new and old url) will be informative...
We are further investigating the traffic drops, but we haven't seen a pattern so far, and as I posted in the other thread, there are no known stats reporting issues at this time. Of course, we'll keep you posted.
Not to be flippant in any way, but are any of the HP servers located in London?
by Glen6196 years ago
I have posted my hub which speaks about online nutrition education. I have dedicated my time for those who are seeking online degrees but till now no response please help me on how to get more people to view my hub and...
by HealthCare Basics7 years ago
For the past few days I am noticing slower traffic then usual. A few days ago, I responded to a comment on one of my hubs three times and it was never posted. Tonight, the same thing is happening. I have posted twice to...
by Janis Leslie Evans2 years ago
The time is updating (56 minutes as of 11:11am EST) but the stats are not. The numbers are the same as day before yesterday.
by zebtron19 months ago
I've received some more information from our engineering team regarding the recent issues with stats processing.The stats processing mechanism is a bit complicated (due to the sheer amount of data to process), with many...
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