I could have 118 and after updating the page, the number of page views goes down to 110
This has occurred for a long time......
Hubpages works on a rolling 24 hours, not a static 24 hours.
So at 8pm, it only shows the views since 8pm yesterday. When it turns to 9pm, it only shows the views since 9pm yesterday etc.
The best way to see single day's static views is through Google Analytics.
I had never used google analytics until today. I´ve been more occupied writing hubs. Thanks for the advise!
by Laurel Rogers5 years ago
I had to look twice at my stats today-I usually have around 60 to70 views/day-which is reasonable for my topics-because in the last 24 hours I've had 322! I am used to seeing lots of zeros next to my hubs, but it...
by Michael Kismet5 weeks ago
I checked my Adsense account today and usually I would have a couple hundred page views by now..from niche sites. But today, just one page view!?Something isn’t right, anyone else experiencing a similar problem?
by Mazzy Bolero5 years ago
Why is there a difference in number of page views in Adsense and Analytics?I note that Anaytics shows a higher number of page views than Adsense - i.e. just views, not clicks. The total of views given on Hubpages...
by emdi6 years ago
I have been seeing this for a couple of days. I checked the number of page views at some hour. It was 101. After an hour later, I again checked (probably I am a crazy person looking at hubs every hour), it...
by Elena8 years ago
Hi HPI published a Hub a few hours ago, people are commenting but the Page View is still Zero.Any chance you could look into it, please.Cheers.
by r2moo28 years ago
I only had roughly about 30 page views for my best hub in one day.Now the numbers are dwindling, and I am wondering how should I improve on my hubbing skills.So fellow hubbers, what is the maximum number of page views...
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