Ok, here's the real answer. Lately, YouTube has been monitoring videos to make sure that they're not getting any "fake" views. By "fake", I mean when people(usually the poster of the video) click the video and don't watch the whole thing. They watch part of the video but only to get the views. YouTube realized people were doing this and to put a stop to it, they freeze the video's views(usually around 200-400). This plan has backfired on them though because now whenever a random person on YouTube doesn't watch the whole video, the views might freeze. It's also a bad idea because if you want to watch one of your own videos you have to watch the whole thing. When a video's views become frozen, the video should have a "?" below it that says "Wondering about your view count? For popular videos, the counts are uploaded every few hours; if you're still getting views, you should see them soon". Even though YouTube says they will update, it doesn't always happen and to make that worse, the views your video received when it was frozen become lost. Don't panic. There are solutions for unfreezing though. Send the video to about 15-25 of your friends on YouTube and ask them all to watch it all the way through. This works because once the video receives a large amount of honest and full views, YouTube sees that the views the video got before weren't fake. Another solution is to buy a Video Promotion. With buying a video promotion, you pay YouTube to feature your video. I hope I've given much help! Good luck and have fun YouTubing!