Yes as when you revisit your hubs you can sometimes see ways to improve them or add a photo, see what keywords are used to find your hub etc so I reccommend checking them out but never click on your own adverts .
Be aware that sometimes your view will be counted as a view. I don't know the logic that determines whether or not they are counted. It's not that big a deal, as long as you know it can happen. Having said that, freecampingaussie is right-- especially about NOT clicking on any adverts.
So......what happens if you do click on your own adverts? Just curious....
Far as I know they track everyone's IP number, so they know it's you clicking on ADs. I haven't done it, but I'm assuming you either get a warning or an insta-ban from AD program depending on which program it is.
Apparently that's a BIG no-no for Google and could jeapordize your Adsense account.
I'm wondering if you mean does it do you any good because it increases your page views. In that respect no, because you get paid by HP ad program based on impressions, which do not include your own pageviews. I don't think it does any harm either.
I think it does do some good in going back to my old Hubs for a number of reasons. First of all, it gives me a chance to update where my article may need improvements and also it gives me a chance to see if I have missed answering any comments that have been made. Another thing I like to do is delete/add photos. Somehow, when I do the above it seems to keep my Hub fresh.
I visit mine occasionaly just to see if perhaps I missed something..or if at the time of publishing I didn't have just the appropriate picture,but found one later...and
sometimes to view comments and make sure I responded to each one..to show appreciation...
Yes it is a big help if you visit your hub often. It counts as a visit. But just confine your clicks to facebook like, tweet and pin it.
A lot of improvement can be done for the hub if we revisit our own hubs.
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