I would find it useful if the stats. that are at the bottom of the page - the ones for visits and average hubscore etc. were repeated at the top of the page above and before the stats. page as it is now.
The reason I say this is it would save me from scrolling down, which is OK when you have ten hubs but not so good when you have over a hundred. The other things with advice such as the red skull logo;that I do not access as often is fine where it is.
The only other way to make this easier would be to have the possibility to collapse the list as in on the 'Groups' page. However this might not be a good solution as some hubbers might leave the hub list collapsed and fail to see important info. such as the red skull or A - for summary symbols, next to their Hubs.
Phew - that was harder to explain than I thought it would be.
by Jackie Grant10 days ago
Over the last 3/4 days my views have been pretty good but unfortunately the earnings stats don't seem to be reflecting this. The earnings are showing stats that are less than 40% of the hub views from the articles page....
by Sondra Rochelle4 years ago
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by Pinky de Garcia3 years ago
I checked my account stats today and I was surprised that my newly published and featured hub has comment but with ZERO view. How can visitors scribble some comments without viewing it? It makes no sense. Is there any...
by Susan Britton4 years ago
Does this happen to you? My newest post just had 5 comments and no views were recorded . How can this be?
by LongTimeMother2 years ago
We had this same problem a couple of weeks ago and it was resolved. Same problem again today though, so I'm reporting it. (If we don't report problems, how can we expect them to be fixed?)1 day stats are...
by Om Prakash Singh8 years ago
Some of my work has stopped because I don't know this. Here is my query.Say I put links to my Hub using tracker on my blog. Visitors to my blog come to read my Hub and decide to join Hubpages. To join they click on the...
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