Are our own visits to our own hubs counted
when we go to our own hub for example to tweet or share or update a hub does it count in the numbers wee see in the my account page?
I believe so, yes. Whenever it takes me more than one visit to edit/finish an article, I find the article has traffic before it's even published. I'm also sure it does this after it's published too.
tracker do there work who ever come to your hub... either its you or some one else..
hub stat tracker record all the visits..
Yes they are counted, which makes it difficult to get a realistic idea of outside traffic on the Hub Pages statistics. However if you use google analytics, you can configure it so that it doesn't count your own views.
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