count as a page view in my account?
I'm clicking edit a lot to be sure I have enough words as shown in the stats.
Needless to say I have a red arrow next to that hub now.
Just wanted clarification.
Your visits count as views. Clicking edit and saving, might count as a page view, before you go into edit mode and when you come out of edit mode. It depends on how long you are on the page at the time.
I think you have to be on the page for a certain period of time, before it is registered as a view.
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