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 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 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 Erika4 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I have a written hub that I have not set to publish yet, and it even says that it is unpublished only I can see it.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 Milli5 years ago
Why we see page views if the Hub page is not published yet?
by Stacy Harris6 years ago
Why does it show that my hub has been read even when it hasn't been published yet?I was working on a hub when I had to stop midway through. When I go back to edit the hub, it states that it already has 4 views. I...
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