I've seen people use a graph that plots the number of hubs they've published and the number of page views they've received over time. I've seen them in both HP success stories and in personal hubs. Where do I find this graph for my own stats? Thanks.
It was right in front of me the whole time. Thanks!
Having said this-now my graph doesn't appear and has a red block of text saying "We need at least 2 days of traffic data to plot a graph"
Must be an update or new feature of some sort which is causing a glitch in the graph not loading correctly.
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