How is it that an article I’m working on, still in the draft stage, has views? Who’s viewing? It’s not done or published.
by GlenR 7 months ago
Why are incomplete articles saved as drafts receiving page views? I would prefer to keep them private until I have finished writing them.
by Brandon Lobo 3 years ago
Hi,There's one hub of mine that was averaging around 200 views a day and getting plenty of Amazon sales around a year and a half ago, then throughout the first quarters of last year it was stable at around 50 views and fast forward to the present day... for it to cross 15 a day is hoping for too...
by juncolt 7 years ago
Does viewing one's own hubs also included on his page views?
by Person of Interest 4 years ago
AdSense is still not showing the correct number of views. This has been going on for months. What's up with that? Minor rant concluded. Back to my nap.
by Louise Lately 6 years ago
Why is it that one of my hubs has 7 views even though I am still working on it?
by Marilyn Lane 11 months ago
So when I first published all my articles they seemed to average 5-10 views per day (approx.) but now they only average 0-5? I feel like each article gets a boost when it's first published, and then the articles are kinda kicked down into the archives? Is this normal? Thanks!
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