I published a new hub two days ago and was pleased to see that I had received 501 all time views.
When I have next checks, my stats were altered, not once but twice and are now at 452 all-time views for that hub!
Oh why ?
What went wrong?
Did you approach HubPages team?
No idea I did not bother. I should have taken screen shots but did not.
Was it just that particular hub? Or did you notice other stats fluctuate as well? In the past there were a few occasions where our stats (daily traffic in particular, never bothered checking all time) just went up and up and then there were other times where our daily traffic went down to 0. This was always rectified. Maybe this happened again? And you happened to notice it during that phase? Just a possibility, need not be the actual thing that happened.
You are right which is why I did not bother but over the years I have seen some of the same. I can't really figure out how it works anyway. It was just that it was a new hub and I was much more conscious of the figures!
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