Why does my traffic count say unpublished hubs are being viewed?
I have a hub that I'm in the middle of editing and it's never been published before, but my traffic count says it's been viewed 9 times! How is this possible? It's not ready to be viewed yet, so thi
Oddly enough, it does count your own pageviews too. It will however even out when your hub is published eventually.
One thing I do notice too is that the longer you keep the hub unpublished, the higher the score is.
Hope it helps.
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