How do I exclude my own visits from my Hubpages stats?
I don't mean excluding my visits from Google Analytics. I already have a filter for that. I mean just from Hubpages stats, which seems to be a separate counting mechanism.
You can't. There's no way to do that - unless I'm totally missing something.
Wesman is right. Own views can't be switched off. They show up in viewing stats. But not in viewing figures used for earnings!
Thanks anyway. I was so excited that some of my articles were getting lots of visits, until I realized those visits were from me during my editorial changes.
by TopUniverse6 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 J. L. Tracey2 years ago
People are reading my hubs, but Hubpages stats are not showing it.I use a few different tools that show people are going to my hubs, reading it and such but Hubpages' stats are updating to reveal it. I am using bit.ly...
by Puzzlemaker7 years ago
How can I exclude my own visits from showing in Hub Traffic Statistics?And is Google Analytics counting my own visits? I think it is. Can I somehow set it to NOT count them?
by N. Lazar4 years ago
I have noticed that as well, mine have never matched up either. There wasn't a big, drastic difference so I never really questioned it. I am curious to know why they don't match though.
by Juliette Kando FI Chor2 years ago
1. Go to Chrome settings and click on “Extensions"_____________________________________________________2. Add the extension: “Block Yourself from Analytics” to Chromeand enable...
by zebtron2 years ago
I've received some more information from our engineering team regarding the recent issues with stats processing.The stats processing mechanism is a bit complicated (due to the sheer amount of data to process), with many...
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