I was looking at some of my hubs stats and checked the view duration. There were 5 stars on the ones I looked at. Quiet frankly, I was surprised because my bounce rate is high, but view duration is high.
How long would five stars be?
by TIMETRAVELER24 years ago
These show at the top of each article, but it would be nice to view them easily. This would give writers an idea as to how engaged readers are without having to check Google Analytics and would be much less...
by Sophia Angelique4 years ago
I've noticed recently that certain information is being removed from my stats.An example would be that my hub on atheism which was written about 20 months ago and which has the duration of time people spent on it a full...
by Poppy Reid2 weeks ago
One of my game guides gets 100 views a week, even though the game came out in 2014. When I wrote it, I didn't really think it'd do as well as it is. Have any of your articles done surprisingly well?
by Pamela Kinnaird W6 years ago
Hi. I noticed that the view duration on my hubs has only been measured on two of them. It will be five months soon that I've been on here. Is that about the going rate or time period -- or is it that we only...
by Polly C4 years ago
I have just realised that the view duration for several hubs of mine is not properly working. Hubs that were previously showing a duration are now reporting that not enough data has been collected. Here are some...
by innerspin4 years ago
In the hub stats, view duration shows up as stars. Some of my longer hubs have five stars. One of the shorter ones, which has good search engine traffic, shows as three stars. I'm wondering if this means readers skip...
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