I noticed that when I checked the stats on a new hub I wrote (which I published on the 16th of this month, November) it said I had 20 views under the 30 days column. How can that be when it hasn't even been on here for 30 days?
Because that's the "within the last 30 days" column. Should it be possible to get 20 views within the last week, but only ten within the last month?
The technical wonders of HubPages never cease to amaze me. Just be thankful for the views (like I am) and live happy, catgypsy. I enjoy your hubs very much.
Catgypsy you deserve all the view you get. Great hubs.
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