This has nothing to do with losing traffic over the last few days. I check my pageviews a few times each day and since I've been publishing hubs, that number has increased. However, the amount decreased by one since yesterday.
I didn't delete any old hubs, so that doesn't count toward it. I'm no concerned, just curious and a little confused. I had 408 pageviews total yesterday (overall) and now I'm down to 407.
Any ideas? Maybe a fluke?
Quite odd. Can't say I ever experienced this - Are you sure the total wasn't 403 rather than 408... I'm not judging your ability to read numbers lol just thinking of a mistake I, myself, could have made!!
It is possible, I have times where I swear I'm dyslexic, so who knows. I know I saw it at 405 either this morning or yesterday. Now I'm second guessing myself
That is weird. Perhaps your total number was 406. Sometimes a 6 can look like an 8 if you're tired or something like that. Or perhaps you might have accidentally hit "back" on your browser after looking at your statistics. I'm just guessing here.
Your views are not decreasing--- it is a snapshot of a window in a timeline.
Also-- no numbers on HubPages keep ascending on a straight line.
Typical new hubber advice: Don't worry about any of the numbers. They vary by many different factors-- which are not significant in themselves. Keep doing your best, and flush the rest. Look at your numbers, but two weeks means nothing-- compare your stats at 3 months or 6 or 12.
Thanks Rochelle. I know our authorscore is something I shouldn't worry too much about, as well as karma. I assume pageviews then are just a guesstimate? Sorry for all of the questions. I'm still trying to learn my way around here.
Think of it as a 'guestimate"'. But, really, just take a step back and watch for awhile-- you will learn by doing. and for now things are fine.
Take into consideration-- Holidays: people are busy, traffic may be a bit whacky for awhile. Use whatever time you have to write.. . and look at the FAQ's and "learning center".
Thank you. I've looked around the learning center, just haven't had time to sit down and soak it all in yet.
I have actually had a negative view (-1) show up in one of the traffic source columns. I don't know why it happened but it has so I wouldn't be surprised if you were correct and not tired.
yeah, i've noticed the same.
1 minute i see that i have recieved for instance 50 views, but then again, 5 minutes later, i have only recieved 45 views, now tell me, that aint right?!
i have a hub, that says total hubviews over a week; 128 views, strange thing tough is, that the daily hub views are above 20, and still in my weekly stats, the number doesn't increase.
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