Is there a way I can block my ip in my hub stats? Everytime I go to my hubs it's being counted as a visit and I want it to stop being counted.
Hi MaryRae, If you look to the far left of your Hub title listed on your account page it has a block that says  I access my hubs using this when I want to edit as I think its probably there just so you won't get counted when you are accessing your own Hubs?? Not that I know that much but my heart is in the right place....
I'd like to access my stats without affecting my visitor count. Is there a way to do this?
You guys should stop relying on HP's stats and go for a free Google Analytics account. In Analytics, you can block your own IP address from showing in the stats.
If you want to use your hub's URL for a link but don't want to click on it to copy it, right click the hub on your accounts page then select properties. You can copy the URL from there without ever opening the page.
No page view will be recorded.
by hinazille5 years ago
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by HELLA7 years ago
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I just noticed this. Is it new or has it always been there? What would be the reason for this posting?
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