How does my draft have views?
I started an article but did not finish it because I needed to do more research so I saved it as a draft. When looking at my traffic stats I saw it had 4 views. How is this possible?
they are your own visits ,
i think hubpages are doing something to disply the our own views.
Every time you preview or visit the unpublished hubs it counts your visit as a page view. This has little to no effect on your hub score, and will even out in time as you get the hub published and get visitors from outside sources.
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