Your own visits to your hubs are counted as page views, this much I know
When I see my google analytics stats, I come to conclusion that I am tracked as visitor on my own site.
Your visits are tracked. When you look at hub stats in "my account" or the hub stats tab on each hub, it identifies your visits by your hp identity. When I'm calculating my traffic, I subtract my own visits from the total if I've been active on multiple hubs tweaking and updating them.
I don't know how our visits to our own hubs work in terms of HP ads or Google, but I would expect them not to count, because we're tracked separately from other traffic.
by Ray24 months ago
Curious: Do you have multiple accounts, because your profile shows 68 hubs. I took a lot of mine and moved them. I let what I have left sit til it goes idle then I take remove it. I have over 80 articles, new ones, that...
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 world of the wise7 years ago
I am displaying adsense on two new sites, i get around 300 visitors a day on each. I added those sites to my channels three days ago. However, the statistics are not shown in my adsense reports. What might be the...
by Andrew Hill10 months ago
I'm not being funny here,the hubstats yet only change 3 or 4 times a week, if you are lucky.Not to mention hubs take over 24 hours to publish. No mentions about it on the blog, no apologies, it isn't like the issue...
by Set's All Set8 years ago
Is there a way to omit your own visits on the "statistics" page?Yeah so I have unpublished hubs that I visit to read and make changes on. I noticed the view counter still goes up. This means Hubpages count you...
by Gary Anderson8 years ago
So how do I fix this? Google hates me, and I know it.
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