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.
I noticed it too and I think it's probably because traffic dropped over the holiday and because more people were online for Christmas shopping right after, so they were on Googling and snacking on leftovers as they came down from the busyness of Thanksgiving.
Aren't HubPages views based on a sliding 24 hour window from the last update to 24 hours before that? GA page views are from midnight local time to the current time (or midnight for previous day's pageviews).
Misplaced APY is probably the issue. The recent change over to incremental SFG and IOD's trending to zero has probably not helped.
I don't know about that? Could be the BOCs of the STDs are following the ABC?
Don't mention ABC's to the everyday experts. They will ride you out of town on a rail as an elitist.
Could you guys please speak English? I have no idea what you're talking about!
Most people don’t like to think about it but PMS could make the stats a bit cranky.
Right now, the last 7 days CPM is through the roof on Pethelpful HP ad program. The highest I have ever seen. I hope it is not a mistake.
Would be nice if that was the case with all of the sites! I'm still on Adsense so don't get to see those stats. However, when I temporarily switched back to HP when Adsense was having problems, the CPMs were definitely looking good.
Isn't it interesting how whenever something good (or bad) happens we automatically become suspicious.
In this case, given the new Ad integrations, the new bidding program, other Ad revenue boosts that Hubbers have been notified by since the fall, plus the fact that Nov-Dec see the highest CPMs of the year, then these CPM spikes are not unusual.
But even I didn't think it was possible to see such high numbers, normally they are in the 2-5 range and anything over 8 is reserved to the highest quality content sites.
Are some of you complaining? For the time being I’m earning $5 per day and I was in the middle $2 range with 21 published articles a month and a half ago. I have been on the upswing since summer. Seeing increases like this makes me want to write more quality content.
by Christy Kirwan 3 years ago
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...
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 JL Tracey 3 years ago
People are reading my hubs, but Hubpages stats are not showing it.I use a few different tools that show people are going to my hubs, reading it and such but Hubpages' stats are updating to reveal it. I am using bit.ly links, but I always have without any issue. Any ideas on what could be causing...
by Ginny 7 years ago
The hubpages stats page always fascinates me. http://hubpages.com/stats/ The picture of it is shown below, but it is the same as the link.If I am reading this right, ~800,000 of the 1.2M hubs (~66%) get less than 10 views per MONTH?That surprises me. I would not have expected that...
by Eugene Brennan 3 months 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 Susana Serer 9 years ago
I'm a bit confused and wonder if any of you have the answer. On my hubpage stats all my hubs have 4 or 5 stars for "View Duration" but on google analytics it's showing most visitors leaving straight away. How can that be? One of them must be wrong!
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