Since yesterday afternoon in my Hub traffic statistics all counters are frozen. When I clicked on traffic sources it says Temporarily Disabled. When I clicked on help. This message appeared......
"Below we've listed the top 30 sites that are referring traffic to your hubs over various time periods (with a minimum of 5 referrals). Please note that not every page view has a discernible referring source. Temporarily Disabled"
This is the first time I experienced this problem & I can't find a solution in the help section.
Whoo, thanks a lot . I had posted one yesterday, there has been nothing but zeros in all columns in all the columns, I was going nuts!!, thought I am doomed and my hubbing is over for good, because I am new. You Know how the new ones feel. Thanks again to all of you for sharing this info.
There is a post at the top stating that stats are currently disabled.
Hi thissoli I posted this post. At first when I saw the Temporarily Disabled, I thought may be it has to do something with hubpages but everything else was running fine.
At that point I thought may be I did something when I was updating my hubs. Well thanks to pauldeeds and Kerryg for informing us. That's why they say two heads are better than one.
Pauldeeds have said that they are having some problem. The traffic sources and stats of hubs are down.
ah, thought I was the only one, must be some technical thing, hope it gets sorted out soon
there is already official news about this if you can check. i think at the end of weekend you'll see the stats up.
Thanks to everyone, shinujohn2008,copywriter31, liswilliams,jandee and skyfire. I guess we are all in the same boat. Hopefully by tomorrow everything will be ok. No life without stats.
Problem solved, stats & traffic sources are working fine now. Thanks to everyone's feedback.
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