Which of our own viewings are included in our page view counts?
I believe that when we are logged in and we visit our own hubs these are not recorded as page views, right? How about when we edit our hubs, is that counted as a page view? I suspect it probably is, as I usually get views before my hubs are published that must relate to me going into the hub.
What about when we're logged out and we read our own hubs? Included or not? I'm guessing they probably are, as how would HP differentiate?
I'm interested to know all this because sometimes it's hard to know whether people have been viewing one of my hubs, or just me!
Im not 100% sure im fairly new here but ive noticed that the counter in my account counts all views, not logged in and editing. However the earning, google analytics and adsense don't seem to record my IP. Our own counters are usually wrong I think. They do count your own views, not sure exactley how much but wont get paid for them.
Thanks for your answer Troyangeluk. I haven't been able to spot my own views (when logged in), in my page views on Hubpages, but I might be wrong there. Maybe being outside the US affects this; do we get a delay? Not sure about this though, especially if page-views are always recorded on last 24 hours... Turns out there is much I don't know about page views, lol!
I'd love to learn more.
Don't know if this is settled yet but... I have a hub I haven't published yet. I've edited it a few times now. The counter shows 7 views - so that must be from me! I always thought views were not counted until after the hub was published.
by David Hunt 20 months ago
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by juncolt 7 years ago
Does viewing one's own hubs also included on his page views?
by EpicTreeHouse 9 years ago
I have a feature request. When I'm logged in and I visit my own page, I don't want that to show up as a pageview under myAccount. Is there anyway to make this happen? I suppose as your hub gets more and more popular this becomes less of an issue. Another way to achieve this...
by speedbird 7 years ago
When you view your own pages while logged in, does this count to the final page views of that hub?When you view your own pages while logged in, does this count to the final page views of that hub? or page views count only when you are not logged in..
by Marianne Sherret 5 years ago
Can I turn off the option where hubpages counts my own page views?I have a few hubpages I am working on, but it seems to count my own pageviews. Can I stop it from doing so? It also seems to work out averages based on my unpublished hubs which I don't think it fair, as I haven't finished them.
by Ellen_C 8 years ago
I started making a hub and decided not to publish, so I then deleted it. I have page views on it after I deleted it. How does this occur? Thank you.
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