I joined hubpages two days ago...I have one published hub and one deleted hub.Why is it possible that the deleted hub is still recieving traffic?
3 views:)..i'm assuming that every view counts... but the blank deleted hub is also rated higher than the published hub...guess I must be doing something wrong.
I think when you delete a hub, hubpages staff checks why the hub was deleted and the views come from there. I am not sure though.
Hubpages counts your views of hubs. So if you have three views of a deleted hub, it's because you visited your own deleted hub three times.
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