The statistics table under "my account" seems a bit confusing.It seems dynamic. I dont know if there is some clear explanation of the columns which I may not have seen, but it looks like it is moving intervals based. I assume therefore if I am seeing the table at 8am my time today, "one day" means 8am yesterday to 8am today today. The same I assume applies to all others except the last column. Some how what is reuced/tranferred from one column does not show up in the next. That is ok, but it should accumulate in the last column. This does not seem to happen.It appears that some numbers are lost or weeded out?
It would be useful if the users can set their own start time and end time by hour, day, week and month to read the traffic flow. This can be addtional table or can replace the existing one.
They are dynamic, or more accurately, they are "rolling stats." The numbers you see are NOT cumulative, but instead reflect the most recent calculations of the amount of time indicated.
They are meant to be just basic stats. If you wish more data, or to be able to view specific times/dates, you will need to use Google's Analytics.
by Glenn Stok 6 years ago
I think it would be useful to have a column added to the statistics page that shows the total number of shares for each hub (Tweets and Facebook likes). There is not enough room to add two columns. So this could be a sum of all tweets and all Facebook likes in one column labeled "Shares"....
by Faith Reaper 2 years ago
Under our account hub statistics page, what happened to the symbols of featured, etc.?I just clicked on my account hub statistics page, and there is nothing next to each hub now? Is this a glitch or something new? All of the hubs are there on the profile page. There are no circles...
by Patricia Scott 3 years ago
How can I tell if a hub is featured?I can see the column that says 'featured' and then below it H in a black circle. I thought in the past when I looked at my hub it would say ...it is featured or not. Now I cannot seem to find out. Thanks
by Venkatachari M 3 years ago
What is 7 days under pageviews in statistics?I hope pageviews for one day consist of views during last 24 hours and that under the column 7 days consist of views during last seven days as seen at any point of time. So, if I am viewing the views now at 10 am on 24/06/2015, seven days to me is from...
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
I just noticed this today on my statistics page under hub traffic sources, what does it mean . . . ?Under hub traffic sources, there is a whole long listing of traffic sources of course, i.e., google.com, hubpages.com, and a lot of other sources. What does it mean when there are specific...
by Sherry Hewins 23 months ago
I think it would be great if there was a "Site" column on the My Account page, so we could see at a click which hubs are on which niche site, and which ones are still on HubPages. My hubs are now spread over 11 different site, and it's a pain to go site by site.
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