I use analytics for all my websites but I would like to track only unique visitors. Is there a way to tell analytics not to track my personal IP? You can do that with Blogger so I figured there may be a way to do that with analytics a well.
Cardisa - Thanks for asking this question. It's been on my mind too. I've often wondered how I could do this. And thank you lobobrandon for this information.
You need to check with hub pages to see if it is ok to do any other wave site or the present wave sites. Do not forget that your original articles are using hub wave site. Because of their regulations you are not complete free to do what ever you want.
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