One of my hubs has recieved 19 page views today. However it says it has almost 14,000 slideshow views for the day. All the stats on my other hubs seem normal, just this one has gone a little crazy.
That for bringing this to our attention.
Are you still seeing wonky/inflated slideshow view numbers?
Can you provide the name and/or URL for the Hub or Hubs that have the inflated view?
Yep still seeing the huge amount of views.
URL is http://andyoz.hubpages.com/hub/Furreal- … ate-Prices
I see the numbers to which you are referring.
13,996 slideshow plays in one day does seem very high.
It certainly isn't beyond the realm of possibility, but they seem pretty wonky.
I have forwarded this to our engineering team to see if they can determine what might be causing this spike in numbers.
I heard back from our engineering team.
There does appear to actually be that many slideshow plays, but they all seem to have come from the same IP address.
So the numbers are accurate, but we are looking into a solution to eliminate those from the total count.
Just wanted to let you know if case you see them drop again.
Oh ok, thankyou. Someone must really have enjoy those pictures to view them 14,000 times, very odd. Thanks for all the quick responses.
It sounds like out engineering team is going to build a process to clean up the counts from IPs with a very large number of requests.
So you may see the number be adjusted in the future.
The fix has been deployed, so you should see the numbers adjust downward now.
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