Or have false hope when they go up 50 views
There is a strange, totally false myth that if you do a bunch of tasks and then check your stats and see they’ve gone up, that must mean that your tasks must be working and you should do them more. This also doesn’t account for the fact that even if your views go up, that doesn’t give you reason to think your possibility of sales is going up with it.
I would not at all be surprised if this is why people spam so much, stay online 24/7 etc. They use their stats as confirmation bias.
Stats here are meaningless because we don’t have any context for them. A lot of sellers apply coincidental theories to changes in their stats.