Do your total "ever" views go DOWN?
I have noticed that my "ever" views actually go down sometimes. For an example, my total "ever" views are lower than what they were yesterday. That just does not make any sense. Does this happen to anyone else?
Its never happened to me. I have never heard of it. Sometimes, mysterious things happen, and they are corrected. Hopefully, someone who knows will also answer this question.
by Sondra Rochelle3 years ago
I am very surprised to see that my page views have dropped so drastically today. I see no reason for it and am wondering if something has happened site wise or if this is just my own problem. Any thoughts?
by Faith Reaper3 years ago
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by Solaras3 years ago
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by Oscar Jones2 weeks ago
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by Suzanne Day4 years ago
Hi, this morning I looked at my page views for "Ever" and it was a certain number.This afternoon, that number has changed to be 200 less views. Just curious as to why the numbers went down?
by Mark Bruno7 years ago
Why is it that the total (ever) goes up as (1 day) goes downJust wondering why the ever views go up and as the daily views go down. Also, why is it you start a hub and the score starts at 50 and as you are writing...
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