When you measure traffic to your site and it shows how many people have gone to your site, does everytime you yourself, meaning me myself, am I included in the traffic count?
If you want to exclude yourself, just stay away from your site.
If you are using Google Analytics to measure your traffic, you can set up a filter to exclude your IP so you won't taint the traffic numbers.
by Dense 8 years ago
To: Hubpages staffIt doesn't excite me that my own views are included in the number of views. Is it possible to have some kind of filter in the "my account" page so that I can see the actual number of views?This will be especially helpful for certain low performing hubs as hubbers will be...
by TopUniverse 7 years ago
When I see traffic status for any hub through my account, it show results for outside traffic and own visits.Is there a way to eliminate own visits?
by fritteritter 9 years ago
If you don't have much traffic to your hubs it's easy to get your hopes up over your traffic statistics when in actuality, you are the primary contributor to those numbers. I just figured out how to exclude myself yesterday, I wish I had known how to do it when I started my blog last year because I...
by JulietduPreez 9 years ago
HiWhen you view your own pages is it recorded as a page view? And when you edit a hub?Before I even publish a hub I see I have "views".I'd like to know the traffic to my hubs excluding myself...Thank you,Juliet
by Chris Mills 13 months ago
The niche sites have been a great idea for HP. Combined with the new EBDA (Exchange Bidding), many hubbers are seeing an increase in HP income. This is awesome to see. I believe this alone will inspire more hubs of higher quality. My concern is for LetterPile. I have a lot of stories and articles...
by Ania L 7 years ago
How can I exclude myself from traffic stats?Whenever I check my hub to answer a comment for example, it seems to add taht visit to a number of views for this hub and I don't want that.
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