I checked the old forums threads and read the faq, but have not found an answer.
I'm keen to know how I'm getting clicks on unpublished hubs please? It seems weird to me.
Thanks in advance )
If you edit your hubs several times, your visits also counts as impression
Geezzz.... went n edited some n they count? here I thought, wow..gettin visitors! lol
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