How can you tell how many views you have and how can you get views?
You need to click on account that is located on the top right of the page. it will be your user name you need to put the mouse over then click account. You will see all of your hubs listed and if they are published you will see how many views you have had in the last 7 days and also for the entire length of time your hub has been live.
It will also give you advice if the hub is not up to scratch and that it needs to be reviewed before republishing.
I hope that helps you. Happy Hubbing!
Hi Dear Visit your My account Tab on top right corner I've attached a preview.... there you'll get weekly, monthly and ever views of your all hubs.
yes, follow monic-alang advice, she is right. I always check my daily views but it won't update until the next day
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