One of my hubs has had a massive increase in views in the past 24 hours. It usually gets between 10-20 views per day, but today it has had around 250. I can't see any reason for it to shoot through the roof like that.
When I checked the stats, nearly all the views are coming from ak.facebook.com. I have no idea what exactly that means? Should I be worried? Has anyone one else had anything like this?
We have had this happen a few weeks ago .. but it kind of straightened itself out... but does your analytics show this increase in traffic? For most of us it didn't. If it does then your hub just went viral I guess.
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