Hello all, I am just curious. I've just started here and posted my first hub. I've gone to check on it (while logged in) and was wondering if this would be seen as 'traffic abuse'.
Also, I work at a relatively large company, all with very similar/same IPs. If multiple people from work view these hubs, will that be a problem also?
I really like this idea, and I don't want to mess it up because I've done something wrong.
I don't think you have to worry about anything, provided that all those folks you work with don't all click on your Hub ads. Something like that might appear shady to AdSense.
I think what you have most to worry about is being caught messing about with HubPages while you are supposed to be working.
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