I am on IE7 and I am unable to view the stats for each hub. I go to the Hubs, click stats, working shows up, then report problem box appears. Switching to another system is not an option but it seems that IE7 is having more and more problems with HP. Can someone please tell me if these coninued issues will be fixed? I still am unable to suggest links, and quite often I am getting the report a problem box with random things such as making a comment or attempting to edit a hub. Thanks for your time.
I have Hughes net satelelite internet services and because of that am unable to make the download needed to switch.
I checked them out and saw their thieving pricing structure. I take it that you are out in the boondocks somewhere and have absolutely no other ISP options?
Yes, I live so far out I can't get any other internet or even a home phone! Worst internet ever!
by Polly C 6 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 examples:...
by Rob Welsh 3 years ago
Page One: Title - Category - Layout - Keywords - Are all okPage Two: Press Continue And This Comes Up: "We're sorry, there seems to be something very wrong with our servers. Please try again. If it still does not work, please contact technical support"Trying again doesn't...
by aa lite 6 years ago
This might be a complete co-incidence, but I switched to the new profile a couple of days ago, and today Google is pretending it doesn't know me. Hubs that ranked on the first page for main keyword are not found in the first 10 pages. Even more worrying, I can't find them in Google even...
by Caren White 2 years ago
I am screaming with frustration! Most of my hubs have been unfeatured due to lack of traffic. I write about gardening which no one wants to read about in the winter. Spring is coming so I want to get my hubs featured again, but every time I try to edit them, I either get an error...
by Sondra Rochelle 5 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 tedious. With this feature, we would quickly know which hubs need to be upgraded.
by Susan Britton 5 years ago
Does this happen to you? My newest post just had 5 comments and no views were recorded . How can this be?
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