Could anyone please explain the page views to me. Why do they decrease some days and some days they increase in the 1 day column?
Your views are on a 24 hour cycle; the counts you see are for a 24-hour period.
This might be difficult to explain in text lol
The 1 day column is the number total of visits you have had in the last 24 hours, which varies every hour depending on the amount of traffic you have.
The 7 day column is the number of total visits you've had in the past 7 days. This one tends to vary every day, not every hour. Although, I have seen it change several times a day.
The 30 day column is the number of total visits you've had in the past 30 days and I have noticed that it seems to vary less than the others. Although any of the columns can vary at any time.
Traffic is random. Views go up and down based on time of day, day of the week, seasons, you're activity in the community, how many hubs you have etc. Depending on how much traffic your getting, your one day column may not vary every hour, it may vary once a day. But if you're getting a lot of traffic, you'll notice this column varies a LOT more often.
I'm no expert on this, far from it actually. But this is what I have observed in my own account. I'm sure there is someone else here who can explain this much better than I did, but I hope this helped a little bit. Happy Hubbing!
Thanks for all of the help. So say you have 30 views and then suddenly 17 views, that means that the other cycle was over and the new one is starting.
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