From the past 2 weeks my slideshow views have always been significantly higher than the actual page views for each day.
Here is an example:
I added a slideshow last night and the views seem to be all over the place. I searched to see if others had this problem and it seems as if some had strange stats in the past. I'm just wondering if this is a glitch in gathering the stats or what?
each picture viewed in your slideshow counts as one view, so if you have ten pictures in a slideshow and a viewer looks at the whole slideshow, you end up with ten views instead of one
by Justin Choo3 years ago
I had a shock just now when I looked at the pageview. The lowest ever, nose dived to 25% of my normal stats. Since the Google change (or whatever you call it) a few months ago, my pageview has been reduce by...
by Glenn Stok13 days ago
When I go to the Q&A page where we can moderate and answer questions, the top has the "Page Views" report showing impressions. However, only five Q&A are listed. Clicking "show more" does not...
by David Hunt5 years ago
How can there be many more slideshow views than page views?I have a hub that has had 7 pageviews in the last day, but has had 282 slideshow views in the last day. I can see one or two people clicking on the pictures...
by Cynthia5 years ago
How do I have 10 slideshow views today for a hub that had no visits today?
by Michael Willis5 years ago
The listing for Photo views seems to appear randomly on our Statistics page. How about adding a tab to the page just to the right of "page views" where we can click on to see our photo views? Or a separate...
by Kate Rolands5 years ago
Is it normal for your page views to not change?This has happened a couple of times but to day my page views have not increased or decreased all day. I know mine at least decrease as the day progresses so I was wondering...
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