Is there any way to eliminate counting my own traffic on my hubpage so that I get a better idea of the unique traffic that is visiting?
No, but if you sign up for Google analytics and associate it with your HubPages account you can exclude your IP Address from their numbers.
We have some basic instructions for signing up with analytics here:
To set up a filter, this should get you on the right track.
http://www.google.com/support/analytics … swer=55481
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