Those are your own views, counted while you were writing/creating the Hub.
FatFreddysCat is correct. Whenever you view one of your own hubs it gets counted as a view, including any views prior to publishing or whilst editing. your hubs.
by Mary Wickison3 years ago
I recently visited a hub which left me perplexed. The hubber made a table of contents which were all links back to the same page. So in essence, the page was just reloading itself. Normally when I see a hyperlink it...
by Luis E Gonzalez5 years ago
I just completed a one year study of the best times for me (my time zone) to publish a hub in order to gather the most initial one day views. I have found that when I publish a hub at 2:30 pm (Florida time/Pacific time)...
by Susan Britton5 years ago
Does this happen to you? My newest post just had 5 comments and no views were recorded . How can this be?
by Erika5 years ago
I have a written hub that I have not set to publish yet, and it even says that it is unpublished only I can see it. But when I got into my statistics graph and look at the number of views each one of my hubs has had so...
by Sleepylog2 years ago
For months I published no hubs and my hubber score sat around 96, in the last month I published three hubs, all of which are featured and each time I published one my hubber score dropped by two points, it's now down to...
by billd016035 years ago
Is it advisable to go a week without publishing a Hub?I joined HubPages in March and I have published a Hub every week since except for one time. I don't want to publish a subpar Hub just to do it. I have a lot of ideas...
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