Is there a way to omit your own visits on the "statistics" page?
Yeah so I have unpublished hubs that I visit to read and make changes on. I noticed the view counter still goes up. This means Hubpages count you as a visitor also. Is there a way to omit yourself as a visitor? That would make sense am I right? Technically, you are the host and other people should be "visitors".
In short, no.
You'll have to go into Google Analytics and set a filter to block your own visits to get stats that don't include any of your own page views.
relache, I've already done that on the google analytics side, just wondering if there was a way to do it on the hubpages side. Thanks for answering.
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