I published another hub this morning (quite good, you should all check it out) but the visits count is stuck at zero. My experience has been that any new hub usually jumps to 1 to as high as 6 almost immediately; someone looks at it.
It's stuck on zero. Is anyone else seeing any problems?
Another problem? I noticed that the new hub is listed as being published 48 minutes ago, when I actually published it about 5 hours ago.
I have exactly the same issue. I published a new hub yesterday and someone left a comment on it which I have approved so obviously it has been viewed but the visit count is still at zero.
yeah mine too!!! comments but no views...
Yes. Server meltdown. They're fixing it. There are a couple of threads about it going on.
I think so. Not sure. Look up the other threads. Paul or someone on staff wrote a response. They were all earlier today (it's 7:30pm Sunday where I am).
I'm wonering...will any clicks we've received today be counted? I can't access "my affliliate settings," either, to check my traffic. ???
I don't think they are being counted now, but it's impossible to say if they will ever be counted without knowing a lot more about the problem. HubPages has a huge responsibility to its' publishing community and I hope they can keep their systems up and running.
I believe they said they would be able to restore everything. But if you haven't set up Google Analytics, now would be a good time to do so. It's free and it gives much more robust traffic stats. The only real diff is that HP's stats are pretty quick, while Analytics is several hours to a day behind.
Everything seems to be working fine for me at this time, although the system maintenance message was there for a while yesterday.
Here's the thread started by Paul Deeds:
My stats are still frozen as well.
All my stats are wonky and my hub scores are going all over the place so yea, oh well. Three hours still left to enjoy your Sunday...if you're on eastern standard time!
Yep, same here. It struck me as rather strange that google's numbers were insisting an increase in views whilst hubpages was insisting everyone had forgotten about me.
Hi nicomp. same here, published one like 20 hours ago. I already have 5 comments on that one but 0 page views.
Ive noticed the same thing today, just a glitch im sure will be fixed soon
The same goes for me. I was wondering about it as well, now I'm less puzzled.
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