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Are you obsessed with the hubpages stats?
Are you looking at your stats continuously?
I would not say 'obsessed' ! I check and record mine on a daily basis at the same time (there-abouts) so that I can follow the trends on a daily / weekly and monthly basis.
I'm going to go with NO. I hope for a world where a chicken can cross a road without his motives being challenged.
I don't think that a number based on a computer program can acurately depict a person's writing ability.
I have to say yes, just a little bit, as I am trying to increase my page views so that hopefully my adsense earning increase so I have daily targets that I want to meet and also weekly and monthly targets that are constantly increasing as the days go on. If you don't keep on top of what you are doing then you can't tell if you are achieving more or reaching your goals :-)
I used to be, when I first joined. Now I have learned that it takes time and patience to see growth. It's like waking up everyday (as a child) and measuring how tall you are. You won't see results so soon, so give it time and then you will be pleased when you do check on it. That's how I feel anyway.
If by stats you mean, page views, traffic sources, and referral tracker numbers then yes. Being pretty new to Hub Pages and with only a few hubs so far, I am pretty obsessed with checking to see how well they are doing.
I'm sure it will fade as I publish more though.
Not obsessed but i do like getting atleast one comment a day and well there's also the fact that it will not overnight be super popular unless I am some famous writer or celebrity in real life. so am writing every day, hoping it will grow a day at a time.
by Christy Kirwan2 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...
by Andrew Orrell6 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...
by Eugene Brennan6 months ago
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...
by J. L. Tracey3 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...
by Raye8 years ago
The HubPages stats page is pretty amazing, http://hubpages.com/stats/There's a listing for approximately how many Hubs get 10+, 100+ and 1,000+ views in the last month.Any chance a 10,000+ stat could be added to that...
by zebtron3 years ago
I've received some more information from our engineering team regarding the recent issues with stats processing.The stats processing mechanism is a bit complicated (due to the sheer amount of data to process), with many...
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