When I look at my viewship data, the hubs I've published don't always show for many days on the "show stats" graphic. Is this normal? Thanks.
My pink bars seem to be fairly accurate, but I guess as time goes by maybe they get compressed, so you see just one pink bar showing if you published one or more hubs in a week (I don't think that's ever happened to me as I'm a slow worker!)
Although I do have one tall pink bar - maybe that means I did publish two close together?
The data in that graph doesn't include today, which may be why there appear to be fewer pink bars than published hubs. Also, depending on how long you've been a member each bar will represent a different number of days. I think there are at most 60 points on the X axis, so if you've been a member for 180 days each bar would represent 3 days.
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