An hour ago my page views were more than the page views displaying right now. It is about 4 page views short. Is it possible? Why did the page views fall short? Expecting a reply and thanks in advance.
Your here 13 months you should know better! Those are updated constantly and hence it fell short. Its the past 24 hours from when u saw it not exactly a day - I'm sure you're not going to see 0 anytime right? So, that means it always starts high - magic?
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