I am wondering how traffic stats here work? Do they update (more or less) instantly or at certain times of the day?
I don't have a lot of hubs, only 11 and 10 of them are featured. I promote them through social media. This has been tried and tested for years now through other venues. Usually a single Tweet, for instance, will bring me 20-30 views on average within a minute or so. This is solid across years and websites.
Here, however, things are barely budging. I have a total of 65 views across 11 Hubs since I started publishing them ( about a month ago).
I am quite confused about this and not sure what I am doing wrong.
I am also concerned as I applied to Adsense, and it is currently running but it says it is still under review and unless there is traffic it won't be approved.
Does anyone have any advice?
Thank you all in advance for helping me figure this out!
Traffic stats update periodically - usually every hour or so but sometimes it can be up to a couple of days. It's also worth knowing that the stats are on a rolling 24 hours, and don't have a set start and end time.
You're much better off using google analytics
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