Perhaps I am second guessing my own success, but I have a major traffic spike this evening that is way more than my normal view count for a Thursday night and Adsense does not confirm it.
The last time it happened there was a problem with the stats on the operating side.
Is that happening again?
Same Same here.The numbers I'm getting verge on Impossible.
Either there's a problem or I've just been discovered as a genies which I doubt lol.
It's a reasonable assumption that a glitch is responsible. I've had a boost, also. So, take the good news with a grain of salt. Lots of similar posts tonight.
fair enough. Didn't see any threads when I posted this, but now I see a few
by Dr. John Anderson 3 years ago
A huge traffic spike has occurred on Quantcast up 21%!!! Strangely the increase was mostly for non-mobile traffic. It may be just a single page spike (meringue peak). Here's hoping Panda has forgiven and forgotten!!! Cheers
by Dr. John Anderson 4 years ago
Have you seen this traffic spike - Cause ??? Looks like Mobile generated, maybe HP posted huge pile of mobile pages on the site???
by Krzysztof Willman 2 years ago
I've seen a significant traffic surge over the past 3-4 days and noticed a boost from the niche sites, is anyone else seeing the same thing?
by Wesley Meacham 5 years ago
Do you see a spike or a drop in your traffic during the holidays?
by Darrin Perez 7 years ago
I've gotten over 800 page views on this site today (which is about 100 more than yesterday). I think some of my choice hubs are maturing. To celebrate the occasion, I'm going to post two tips for newbies:- How-to guides tend to bring more traffic than other types of hubs, according to my personal...
by Laurel Rogers 6 years ago
I had to look twice at my stats today-I usually have around 60 to70 views/day-which is reasonable for my topics-because in the last 24 hours I've had 322! I am used to seeing lots of zeros next to my hubs, but it seems like they're all popular.Maybe I'm paranoid, but this creeps me out...Any...
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