What is the difference between pageviews and unique pageviews?
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Page views is an aggregate of all views, but the unique page views are a total of the number of individuals who viewed. In other words, Pageviews will be the number of total views by everyone and unique is the total of individuals. I hope I got that right!
by Favorites 8 years ago
Anybody please tell me what is the difference between page views and page impressions, because I dont get the same number of page views on my hubpages statistic page and page impressions on my google adsense report.I hope to get a reply soon.Thanksfavorites
by jasonycc 8 years ago
I now have 15 hubs. I am hitting 300 pageviews per day. 1 of my hubs on FIFA World Cup 2010 is contributing to 70% of the traffic. There rest of it with 13 hubs hitting 3 to 10 pageviews per day and 1 hub with 0 views most of the time. I am worry that when the World Cup is over, so will my traffic...
by Neil Sperling 4 years ago
I'm approaching 4000 - will likely hit that within 24 hours!
by Dr. John Anderson 6 years ago
Traffic and earnings appear to be down for many. When do HP expect the benefits of the layout changes to shine through the gloom?
by Stacy Harris 7 years ago
What is the difference between Page Views and Page Impressions?On Hubpages, you can see how many page views you have had through the day, but when you go into Google Adsense you see Page Impressions. Why is it that the Page impressions are half of what my page views are? Shouldn't they be one in...
by purnimamoh1982 5 years ago
Is there anyone who gets around 50000 pageviews per day on hubpages?I am curious to know are there hubbers who earn more than 50000 pageviews per day? This is a hypothetical benchmark I have set just to have an idea. I guess there is none.
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