I'm so literal that sometimes simple stuff baffles me. I'm not 100% sure how to read the Page Views chart. What do the columns indicate? Does 1 day mean the first day the Hub was published? Is it an average? Thanks for your help.
The 1 day column is the previous 24hours (If the stats are updating!). This will change hour by hour as views are added or fallen out of the 24hour window..
Likewise the 7days column is the previous 7 days of views etc..
"Ever" is the total number of views that you have received.
And, the page views "rollover" every 24 hours. So if I get 10 views on Day 1, they will sit there for a week until they move over to the 7 Day column. They will keep adding up and moving over. After a month, those 10 views will enter the 30 Day column. The "Ever" column will say 10 views on that first day and keep growing as views come in. As LeanMan points out, it gets confusing if stats are not updating consistently. It's confusing to me even if stats are updated.
by Philip Cooper 6 years ago
Can anyone explain why my page views have plummeted in the last few days. They have gone from 300 per day to 25 per day. Before December I was steadily increasing page views and was up in the high 300's. Throughout December the views slowly dropped down to the mid 200's then out of the blue 3 days...
by Brian 6 years ago
Without naming any particular hub, what is the highest amount of page views for a single hub on your list? What is the lowest? And, which one is sneaking up the middle?My highest: 8,832 since 12/23/2010middle: 1,318 since 2009lowest 129! since 2009! very sad!!I know some of you have pages with over...
by CCahill 2 years ago
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by Lisa Vollrath 3 years ago
Since I migrated here from Squidoo two months ago, I've seen a steady stream of threads in this forum, complaining about lost page views. There are a lot of theories about why it's happening, and how much it's happening, and what can be done to get into Google's good graces.Google is not my #1...
by Cowboy Tom 2 years ago
The data collecting is so far off it's a joke. I've looked at may page views daily on this particular profile, and they have been consistently above a specific level every day. Without any apparent reason they have been so adjusted and/or revised, it appears it is a technical glitch. They've been...
by Linda Crist 3 years ago
For the past 48 hours,, my total views (as shown on my account summary) are decreasing, then increasing, then decreasing again. Yesterday I watched the daily view go from 309 to 263 then back to 300.; How does this affect income and when will the counts be reliable again?
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