After checking my views last minute, all of my views became zero. Funny, because just a minute ago it's more than a hundred. Maybe Hubpages is having issues.
Where did all of my statsgo, HP Team? Zero has never been my hero. But there it is on all of my articles. Did a bug show up for spring?
I just posted this same question then yours popped up! I sure hope it goes back to normal. It's pretty important for us to know which articles readers are attracted to the most, and how many over-all readers we get.
The bug has been coming and going. I think it may be a minor result of all of the programmed updates.
Yes, I agree. There must be a bug because the stats are really off. Hopefully, they'll go back to normal soon!
Thanks! I was really worried that my views really dropped. Anyway, I emailed hubpages regarding the concern.
And it reoccurred again, just today. It is morning in our place and ally views became zero again.
All zero here. Yeah, it's a bug for sure. It keeps happening every now and then
Today, all my hubs are showing up as zero too. When I hit the stat button above each hub, it says there are no stats to report. Obviously, I'm not the only one. Is there something with the feed?
The stats are back here. Way to go HP Team! Appreciated.
Yes appreciated. When everything went to goose eggs on my account Tim, I thought....so this is how HP fires people. LOL, I feel better now.
Hopefully the view bug is not connected with the my delayed earnings. I mean it's been almost a week since my earning is updated.
For a few hours today, it looked as if the problem had been corrected. However this evening, I'm getting nothing but zeros showing up on all my articles again. My earnings also have not been updated for the last 5 days. Maybe the two are related.
First the zero views, then the delayed earnings. Need to email Hubpages for the fix.
I posted this situation about a week ago. It is still happening. I emailed the team this morning.
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