For the first time since I can recall, I see straight zeroes for traffic. I have 88 hubs published and all of them show 0 views. Really? Something is not right. I've never had this.
Yes there is a glitch which is apparently being attended too - there are several threads on this.
Just looked at min and there are O hits also. Thankfully it sounds like they have identified a glitch and it will all straighten out.
It seems to be fixed now as I am showing views. However, the frozen stats seem to be happening more of late, especially right before the weekend and last several days. Hopefully, the problem has been addressed now.
I seeing all zero's as well. Can only get better from here
And my hub score is dropping through the floor. Zeros and lower Hub Score is HP asking me to leave?
See the forum thread about it:
It appears to be affecting everyone, myself included.
Thank you all for the information. Hey Easy Exercise you can't leave. My hubscore has also dropped with the zeroes. At least we now know one factor that influences the score.
Thank goodness as January was starting to look like a good traffic month
Today it is "0" for all, I think. My views are also zero when I logged at 10 am today. I didn't see it again. There must be really some problem at hubpages.
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