Hello, friends! I'd like to give everyone a quick heads up that today we will be moving the HubPages Stats over to a new system. As part of our datacenter switch last year, our engineers have been hard at work updating the way we process Hub stats. Some Hubbers may notice small changes in their view totals with the new system. Just like always, earnings are calculated completely independent of Stats, so this change will not affect your HubPages earnings in any way. We hope these continued improvements to the stats processing system will result in a more positive experience for our Hubbers.
We’ve also added data on traffic by country to your Hub’s stats. Just click on the new “Country” tab to see your Hub’s top traffic countries:
You can now click on the traffic numbers as well to see an individual graph for each stat. We hope you enjoy the new features!
From what I have been able to see this looks very good. However, more often than not I am getting the "something went wrong" error message when I click the stats button this morning.
I just checked a few of my Hubs, and that is just mind boggling to see all the countries! Thanks for adding that feature!
I enjoy looking at the new states and find them interesting. As they amass, I'll be able to use them better. Thanks for this additional tool!
Well my testing wasn't exactly exhaustive, but everything around here seems to work fine and dandy with Windows 10 and Edge. Along with the stats and such, I even gave the hubtool a quick run through.
I'm wondering what all this keffuffle is about as I have not seen any difference in information offered on my statistics. Maybe I am one of the damned with too little views to be afforded the upgrade.
I'm another one nothing changed in my statistics.
Are you a ex Squidoo member?
I have the same problem - no change from what it's always been
Well, it's been a few days and the new stats program continues to work great. With all the bitching and moaning that used to go on around here, I'm surprised there weren't more thank you posts to HP for expending the resources to write this whole, new program. HP could have just said, "Got a problem? Use Analytics."
Thanks again, HubPages. Your stats system is much easier and more fun than GA.
I'm behind the times sorry! Stopped in to say Yay! looking forward to checking them out further.
by Eugene Brennan 3 weeks ago
According to HubPages stats, my UK monthly traffic is 17% that of US traffic. GA says it's 4%. GA traffic is tracked, so is HubPages somehow identifying the country of origin which raises the ratio?
by Eugene Brennan 12 months ago
Traffic stats seem to be a bit high and not tallying with GA. Aren't HP stats on PST and GA stats on GMT? (or the local offset version of it?) Anyway adding GA values for Sunday to Monday gives a result somewhat less than HubPages stats.
by Andrew Orrell 7 years ago
This has been something i have wondered about before and it has always puzzzle me. However, yesterday there was an even bigger gap in my stats, my Hubpages stats showed just over 5000 views. However, my Adsense views show just under 1000. Why is there such a massive...
by zebtron 3 years ago
I've received some more information from our engineering team regarding the recent issues with stats processing.The stats processing mechanism is a bit complicated (due to the sheer amount of data to process), with many interconnected parts.Unfortunately, this means that a single failure can cause...
by Mutiny92 8 years ago
I remember seeing a page where there were overall hubpage stats. Things like their are 2,500 hubs with more than 1,000 pageviews per month...Can someone redirect me? Weird that I cannot seem to find it again.
by Paul Deeds 9 years ago
We've been fairly busy at HubPages the last couple of days recovering from hardware issues with two of our five database servers. Fortunately we were able to cut over to our hot stand by machines with very little downtime. We've repaired the hardware and are now back to full...
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