I started a hub yesterday, only titled it, and had trouble with some of the photos I was going to use(pic quality), so I selected the "Do Not Publish" button. I then deleted the hub from the statistics page. Today I am showing page hits on that deleted Hub, any ideas or a fluke?
I never viewed it, tried to make it, decided to do it later when I retake some pics so I exited out and deleted it. That would be one I suppose but I'm showing 3.
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