As subject title says. As of the time of this writing, here's what my traffic stats page says.
Traffic statistics last updated: 6 hours ago
Just notifying it if no one else has noticed it. Thanks in advance for your time and attention!
Yep, same thing here. Last update:8 hours ago.
That's actually kind of normal over the weekends.........the updates are not as frequent
Ditto. Of course, with the traffic "Dan Gordon" has siphoned off of me, maybe not knowing the current situation is a merciful thing.
Mine has been stuck for 13 hrs too! Try again tomorrow I s'pose.
HP employee Simone Smith has addressed this issued at the below forum thread:
It's very annoying. Last updated 25 hours ago. Hope it is fixed soon- I have only just started here and trying to figure out how to get people to read stuff.
My stats saying: Traffic statistics last updated: 28 hours ago......
I'me stuck at 23 hrs. Simone has answered this issue and says the problem should be resolved during the week. My question i: do the stats do a "catch up" or are those page views simply gone?
Well, for the purposes of how much money you make during the downtime, your page views are safe. However, for the purposes of actually listing the amount of views you got during the downtime, I'm not so sure.
Said another way: It won't affect your income, but I'm not sure if the page views ever get reflected retroactively.
31 hours now! I think we're going for the record here!!
I took another look at the Analytics hourly chart for Friday, yesterday and today. Nothing to write home about, but no disasters either.
I'm sitting at 33 hrs without an update as well but the odd thing is, the hub that I wrote yesterday & published was reviewed & released & has gained a couple of points while no other numbers have changed in the 33 hr time period.
That's interesting. I can't speak to my other hubs, but I also published a new hub yesterday. The critter has gone from 74 to 84 since then. A 10 point score increase in 24 hours is unusual I believe. Back to Analytics to see if I can figure out what's going on...
Traffic stats appear to be stuck again on 2/14/13. I don't go for hours with no views to my Hubs. Anyone else concur?
I seem to be experiencing this also based on numbers from yesterday vs. today.
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