Delay in scoring of hubs? I submitted a hub yesterday which still hasn't been scored
Normally it takes two to four hours for my hub to be scored, but my latest hub hasn't been scored in over 24 hours. Is HP having a glitch or vacation or is it something that happens occassionally? Is there a particular hub style that takes longer to be evaluated?
I think Hubpages is having a glitch, because my hub I submitted last night hasn't showed any views yet, and it takes at least one view to check it. Also, my earnings for yesterday are still pending, which is unusual for the adprogram.
First, try clicking the 'Refresh' (the curved arrow in the upper left) button on the stats page and see what happens.
Occasionally there is a Hub which takes a while to check due to the amount of words, what links are included, which/how many photos are included, etc.
I've noticed a lag in updates as far as two days old over the past several months once we hit 2014. They must be testing things. It would be nice if they included "don't worry, we'll catch up" posts in the weekly updates. They tell us of new things they're working on (but I suspect not all of them), however, we should be kept abreast so we're not compelled to create forums concerning deficiencies/changes/lags. How can we be sure everything will be captured and brought up to date? After all, only the HP gurus see our stats behind the scenes. We really have no way of knowing what they are until they're posted into our accounts.
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