Question: Can HubPages.com use some sort of blocker to keep my ID from being used when I view my own hubs? Why? Because I don't want my impressions to go up from viewing my own hubs. Thank you.
You'll only trip impressions on your own hubs 40% of the time. In the long run, it's not that big a deal unless you refresh your own hubs a bunch.
Then don't click on ads that are displayed on your own hubs. If you want to revisit what you have written, save your stuff as documents on your hard drive.
ProCW does have a point GG : Qassia blocks adsense ads from showing when u are logging in yourself and you get text saying there would be ads here if you weren't you or words to that effect its a nice feature. OpenX will do similar I think to.
ProCW : your own adsense code only shows 60% of impressions - that's why u get the "sometimes"
When you have the shakes like I do it's hard not to accidentally click on your own ads!
If you are worried about clicking your own ads, get adblock plus if you are on Firefox and you never have to seen any ads.
...or if you find it difficult not to click on ads, please visit my hubs more often. ;-)
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by David Hunt 8 months ago
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