Why do my number of visits in 1 day change downwards - earlier it was over 100 and now it is 76?
Every time the stats on your account page update it is for a full 24 hour period. It may be 1pm to 1pm or 8am to 8am.
If you scroll down to the bottom of your account/stats page - look for the minutes. It usually updates somewhere between 60 - 75 minutes. The new stats are shown when it updates.
Therefore, it may show lower or higher views for that particular full 24 hour period.
I hope that made sense
I agree with MissOlive, but wanted to add for clarification - it's not a calendar day. But, as MO writes, a 24-hour period.
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