how my page views can decrease by the hour. Like I can have 15 page views and then check back a little while later and have 12, and then a little while later have zero, before a 24 hour cycle even occurs. I did not know you could get negative number page views.
This gets asked every week.
It's a "sliding window" that covers the last 24 hours before each update. Your total views aren't going down-- stick with it for awhile and soon you will know how to explain this to the next person who asks.
Check the FAQ's (FREQUENTLY asked questions.).
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