To: Hubpages staff
It doesn't excite me that my own views are included in the number of views. Is it possible to have some kind of filter in the "my account" page so that I can see the actual number of views?
This will be especially helpful for certain low performing hubs as hubbers will be able to tell at a glance whether that 1-2 person viewing the hub is actually himself/herself. No more self-delusion.
Good point. Sometimes I've realised all the views are actually me editing a hub.
by JulietduPreez7 years ago
HiWhen you view your own pages is it recorded as a page view? And when you edit a hub?Before I even publish a hub I see I have "views".I'd like to know the traffic to my hubs excluding myself...Thank you,Juliet
by Juliette Kando17 months ago
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by TopUniverse6 years ago
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by Dr Mark2 years ago
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by Appletreedeals7 years ago
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by Brandon Lobo15 months ago
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