When I look at my reports, does the number of visitors include my own visits?
I have noticed this on occasion, all you need to do is find a hub you havent had a visit on in about a month and hop on it, after an hour it will refresh with your visit.
Even better illustrated when you haven't even published yet and you get views :p
Yes in Hub pages. May be in google too.But if I remember right googles lets you filter the data.One way you could filter is to use an address.
Okaaaaaaaaaaaaaay, that's what I thought. I wonder why Hub Pages doesn't allow ignoring your own visits. I was all excited that'd I had over 600 visitors already. There's no telling how many of those were only me....
by Gary Anderson9 years ago
So how do I fix this? Google hates me, and I know it.
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by Tomas XDisciplin10 years ago
I'd like to see my stats without all the visits I made editing the hub, really... would that be too hard?
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