Out of curiosity: why does the number of visits displayed decrease?
Thread poster: J.Kampinga

J.Kampinga
United Kingdom
Local time: 17:47
Member (2012)
Japanese to English
Jul 5, 2012

I have noticed that the number of visits that is displayed for any single visitor in the visitors log decreases in time. So for example one visitor who looked at my profile page 25 times (!! I know.. why?) last week, was only shown to have visited 20 times a few days later, and 18 times today.

I'm just curious - why is that?

Jannette.


 

Angie Garbarino  Identity Verified
Member (2003)
French to Italian
+ ...
Search engine... Jul 5, 2012

J. Kampinga wrote:
So for example one visitor who looked at my profile page 25 times (!! I know.. why?)

Jannette.


This is from Palo Alto CA, visited my profile 49 times this month, no worries, it is a search engine .

The number decreases in time because it takes in to account 30 days, so as soon as the 30th day elapses, that visit/s disappear.


 

J.Kampinga
United Kingdom
Local time: 17:47
Member (2012)
Japanese to English
TOPIC STARTER
I see.. Jul 5, 2012

Right, of course.. Thank you!

 


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