I just checked my traffic and it is dropping substantially. One of the traffic sources is from Google AU - Australia I presume and it has a -1 - is this possible?Are the statistics reporting traffic working correctly?
Forget about it, these things happen there's an eb and flow. It's best to focus on your work and enjoy it! Great question thanks for bringing it up.
Agreed.A big mistake we can make is to look into a moment of time here. The bigger picture should be the goal.Stats will ebb and flow; keep a focus on continuing to publish and to learn in the process.
Sometime there are the 'loopholes' in the system.Just don;t bother about it and it will be fine after some time
Seems it is not that uncommon, the explanations are less clear:http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/38995
I have had the same thing occur. Oh well, I agree that the bigger picture is more important.
Negative traffic -- I've never heard of this ..OMG this is confusing indeed. Glad that I dont check stats often
Never heard of -ve traffic. its either positive or 0.
Never worried about traffic . Traffic can be decreased some day and increase.just focus on hubs
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