I used to view some of my own hubs often to see the hubmetrics. Is there any problem doing so? Will it end-up in HubPages policy violation?
No. There isn't a violation of HP policy, if you are logged into your account. However, if you are not logged in and you are viewing your hubs, then HP Ads Program has a rule that "hubbers" are not allowed to visit their own pages, because of the impression based ads available, which are not available if you are logged in.
Otherwise, you will be fine.
thanks Cagsil, but even if I am logged in, I used to see ads on my articles, you meant to say that these ads does not count?
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