I am an older user but I only have about 10 hubs with low traffic. Getting only a few views a week, how can I tell if they are actual viewers, or just search engine crawlers or whatever they use to scan the content?
I don't have a problem, just wondering if I'm actually getting real views or just bots passing through. I have only 1,100 views, one of my pages has been up since 2011, although I was slow to actually convert to Hubpages so it may not have even been active.
Thanks for any tips!
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