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After two months of issuing the Hubs, I can't see View Duration.
There are page views, I still see this (-not measured yet-) beside View Duration in Hub Metrics.
I have been on HP fopr 7 months and 127 hubs and none of them show duration views or $$$$ at all. I can't answer the question because I'm in the same boat
I am in the same boat you my friend.
My most popular article has "view duration" completely blank. It was published 5/2010 and has recently picked up in activity but I cannot tell IF the view duration is good or not.
When and why do view durations work?
by Polly C5 years ago
I have just realised that the view duration for several hubs of mine is not properly working. Hubs that were previously showing a duration are now reporting that not enough data has been collected. Here are some...
by Benji Mester7 years ago
I noticed that one of the Hubmetrics numbers on hubs is view duration. It tells you how long people stay glued to each of your hubs before clicking away for something else. I know that Google measures view...
by Sondra Rochelle5 years ago
These show at the top of each article, but it would be nice to view them easily. This would give writers an idea as to how engaged readers are without having to check Google Analytics and would be much less...
by Pamela Kinnaird W7 years ago
Hi. I noticed that the view duration on my hubs has only been measured on two of them. It will be five months soon that I've been on here. Is that about the going rate or time period -- or is it that we only...
by Jeff Boettner5 years ago
Why can't we leave comments when hopping hubs?With this new hopping system, If we are to use a scale, I would like to be able to explain my decisions and give suggestions.
by Simon Cook5 years ago
One of the things I try and improve is my average visit duration. I've moved it from about 35 seconds to close to a minute. What do you consider a good Average Visit Duration? Is it worth culling some hubs that seem to...
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