Even if this question makes me Dork of the Month, I still want to know.
I just checked and see a listing for HubPages.com.
I have no sort of login nor admin rights on the Quantcast site, so you should be able to see the same information.
I tried using both Firefox and Chrome and see the same info at this URL.
I can see the traffic chart for 83-Gawker and 87-StackExchange, but no traffic chart for 84-HubPages. Are you seeing the traffic chart for 84-HubPages?
Well, in case my squirrelly computer had found a new way to pick on HP; I deleted the cache and all that other happy stuff.
Still can't see the HP traffic chart. Still can see the other websites' traffic charts. Oddest darn thing I've seen, assuming everyone else can still see HP's traffic chart while I can't.
I'm still wondering why you've put '84' in front of HubPages? I can't see that figure anywhere on Quantcast, nor in the URL of the HubPages chart:
Your eyes still aren't blue. Can't help you.
I don't need you to help me. I'm trying to help you. I just find it curious that you can't see the chart, but you keep referring to it as 84-HubPages. Whereas others can see it but they're looking at HubPages (without the 84). Seems to me there could be an answer there.
And I am rather distressed that the colours on my pic seem to have gone off somehow. Fading with age (like me?)
D'uh, eyes are obviously going blind as well as fading. However, it still isn't part of HubPages' name.
Oh, darn. I didn't see your post before making mine.
I can not only see the traffic page, I've been playing with the new real-time feature....
Thanks. So others can see it, but I can't. Yet I can see all the other websites just fine. Freaking odd... And, yep; I've banged the refresh button, etc.
The Q real-time for HP works just dandy for me, too. But Q remains adamantine as to not showing me the HP traffic chart.
Curiouser and curiouser...
Well, I give up for now. Still nothing but a big, blank, white space where the chart is supposed to be. All the demographic data below it is still fully displayed.
Apparently, Q or my computer has banned me from seeing the HP traffic chart, and only the HP traffic chart.
You're being punished. Repent and make restitution and it will be restored unto you.
OK. I'll send Q a box of donuts and quit running my computer 16 hours a day.
Don't you find it a little odd that even with the new glasses on your dog face (avatar) that you can't see Quantcast and everyone else can? Do you think you offended Quantcast or someone else? I heard of a guy once who was an Internet troll, sending endlessly harassing emails to a young woman in Pennsylvania. Under anesthesia, her soul electrified a magnetic pulse that wiped out the troll's connection and Poof!, justice was served. Under those circumstances, donuts wouldn't work.
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