Yesterday I had about 10 page views from 18 hubs. Today I have 107 page views.
Is it normal?! I just replaced some amazon capsules with ebay ones on 5-6 of my hubs.
Is the traffic affected by this?
Yes, that increase in page views are because of your own visits. It is normal but never click on the ads on your own hubs, clicking on own ads may result in disabled adsense account. Your own visits also counts in your page views.
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