When a hubber accesses(clicks his own hub), why does it appear in stats for that hub?
I would prefer all "self clicks" to not be included in the stats
As would I, but until then, use Google Analytics and set it up to exclude your IP address (in the Filter Manager). Bear in mind that you will need to update your IP address there when it changes if you want to continue to exclude your own hits.
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