I can wait for the Stats to be updated next week, as we are going through another weekend with a broken Hub Stats counter; however, when this problem occurs, I notice that Hubbers publish less work. This is not good for the long term health of HubPages. Is anything being done as far as a long term solution to this problem? Instead of taking on new features, such as Paul E recently suggested, perhaps HubPages should get some of their basic features, like Hub Stats counting, working consistently?
I agree with Rock. Lately, the atmosphere seems to be less than upbeat, and broken hub stats can do much damage, especially with respect to trust. If HubPages anticipates that the problem cannot be resolved quickly, maybe it could tie its stats to some other services, such as AWStats or Google Analytics, as an interim measure.
Apparently, something "simple" eludes HP staff. You can not even begin to allow my mind to comprehend that this is such a complicated and complex issue. I know I can go to Google Analytics to view my stats, but why have a feature here, that many of us use as a quick reference, be so broken all the time? It is not just about stats such as page views, it includes important information such as broken links that may need to be repaired as well as seeing if one or more of your hubs has actually been un-featured.
This glitch is about as common as the sun rising and setting.
by Hajer 4 years ago
my page views are not updating since 24 hours, usually it doesn't take more than 4 hours! do you have the same problem?
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
I looked for a post about this but could find none and am wondering if it is just me. My stats have been frozen for 19 hours, and earnings have stayed the same since the end of last week. I assume others are having the same problem 9 (as usual), but this has me a bit nervous since I'm...
by Cagsil 7 years ago
Hello,I try not to make waves with "How Hubpages Operates" and I am not sure if this singular problem is having a huge effect or not.But, I've noticed that many hubs I had connected to other hubs via "embedded" links(anchored text) have not been coming up or being flagged as...
by zebtron 3 years ago
I've received some more information from our engineering team regarding the recent issues with stats processing.The stats processing mechanism is a bit complicated (due to the sheer amount of data to process), with many interconnected parts.Unfortunately, this means that a single failure can cause...
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
It's been 7 hours for me. Anyone else? Ey-yi-yi
by Sid Kemp 5 years ago
Hi all:This problem started late 3/29/2013 and continues in the early hours of 3/30.This problem is happening in IE 9.0.8112.16421 on Windows 7.It is NOT happening on Firefox 17.0.2 on Windows XP.At http://hubpages.com/feed/, accolades appear as text, not graphics.screen shot: Similarly, accolades...
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