I'm not certain whether there is a problem here or not. My most recent hub was published about six hours ago and so far the stats are indicating no readers. This has never happened before. I would at least expect some followers to have read it by now. Are the notifications that let people know that a new hub has been published working properly? I mean, for example, when they log into the site, or when they check their "Hubbers you follow". It can't be connected to the problem with the stats updating. Mine just updated but still zero for the new hub. If there is a problem, causing me to lose those vital first readers, it's a serious matter.
Has anyone else noticed anything wrong here?
Are you still having problems?
It looks like we may be having some issues with stats being current right now.
I don't think it's your followers that should be a priority. It's your 'promotional' efforts to garner a audience outside of HP that matters.
I know that most our traffic should come from searches rather than followers but our followers are our colleagues and part of the HubPages community. I consider them to be important. Also followers can boost traffic by recommending hubs on Facebook etc, also by posting links.
by Sondra Rochelle 3 weeks ago
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by Liz Elias 2 years ago
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by nanderson500 6 years ago
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by Hawaiian Odysseus 5 years ago
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by Susana Serer 8 years ago
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by Linda Cassini 5 years ago
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