I just went to have a look at my traffic results and found this, which I really don't understand:
Yes I have a -1 also - Never seen this before on HubPages - probably a minor software bug that crept in recently.
Well, it looks like maybe they have solved it - at least my minus has gone!
Thanks for asking this question. I too saw it and was wondering what happened. I thought maybe the visitors coming from Stumbleupon bounced on so quickly it counted against me
by cfin 6 years ago
Why do I have minus traffic statistics?I have -1 views from yahoo. I am a little concerned. Does anyone have an answer? My overall traffic has also plummeted.
by imgreencat 7 years ago
Does anyone know what this is? I was just looking at my traffic sources and under hubpages it said negative one. What in the world does that mean? How can you have a negative hit?
by Steve Andrews 9 years ago
I just went to check my Traffic Sources and was surprised to find that there are minus figures for some of them including Yahoo. How is it possible to have -22 as a traffic source figure?
by Mazzy Bolero 6 years ago
What does it mean if you get MINUS number of views?In the last 24 hrs I got 2 views altogether. (What google traffic there was - probably only around 18-20 views a day - disappeared on 29 September.) I decided to check "traffic sources" from my account page, only to find that one view...
by Shauna L Bowling 4 years ago
I've noticed in the past couple of months that my balance history for a particular month does not reflect what my account shows in current time. Yes, earnings and page views were stalled during the last weekend of September, but now all is supposedly good. However, my balance history is $5 shy of...
by Siny J 8 years ago
I just noticed in my traffic source there is a minus 1(-1) in the column of 24hours against google.com.bd Is there negative traffic possible??I would like to have expert opinion.Thanks
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