I've been doing a lot of editing on a couple of hubs and the traffic has also increased quite a bit. It seems like I noticed that before when I edited a hub.
Does anyone know if the traffic stats exclude the 'hubmaster' or not? Also, if each stat visitor is a unique?
Thanks in advance, as I don't know if I'll be able to check back in very soon.
The stats do not exclude the hubmaster, and they measure page views not unique visitors. They do exclude non-human visitors, such as when the googlebot crawls your page.
Gee, that was fast. Thanks, Paul, good to know. Obvisously I was able to get back to this forum sooner than I expected.
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