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 TopUniverse7 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 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 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 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 Susana S8 years ago
I'm a bit confused and wonder if any of you have the answer. On my hubpage stats all my hubs have 4 or 5 stars for "View Duration" but on google analytics it's showing most visitors leaving straight away. How...
by CONSCIOUSNINJA6 years ago
if yes, thats crazy! i go on the hubs to get the referral links via the 'Link to this Page' option...
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