Is anyone else haveing this problem I have 0 visitors showing on my analytics Dashboard for yesterday. I know I had visitors I saw them. I wonder what is going on.
This has been happening to me for a while now. But they will come back! There seems to be a delay in Google's calculations of the traffic for the proceeding day, and it shows 0 visitors, but then they catch up.
I don't really understand how it happens, because the visitors for today add up, and at midnight I can see my total for that day, then it goes to 0, then it resets.
But it's not a major problem.
This has been happening for me ad infinitum. I have just given up.
I went back and checked and my visitors are now showing up. Lost some views wonder if it's because of pinterest.
I just sent Pinterest a question asking we can't pin from HP any longer.
Here is their reply.
Pinterest Support (Help Center)
Feb 07 09:04
Sorry you're having trouble with Pinterest! Here are some issues we're working on: https://help.pinterest.com/forums/21191723
If you still need help:
- Try the troubleshooting tips found in this article: https://en.help.pinterest.com/entries/22999667
- Send us a screenshot of what you're seeing as a .jpg or .png (learn how here: http://take-a-screenshot.org)
- Include any other details you think would be helpful
We’re a small team, so we may not respond directly to this message but we're keeping track of all reports to make sure we fix bugs as quickly as possible. Thanks for bearing with us!
The Pinterest Team
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