I know I can block my own IP on Google Analytics, which I do, but it would be cool to stop my visits from showing up in my hubs. It's probably #1 on my HubPages wish list.
For new Hubbers especially this would be helpful to block at least the stats from our own visits.
On the other hand, it does motivate me to finish. If I see I have visited that Hub 47 times and it is still not published, it tells me something - it showcases the hard word I will let die on the vine IF I don't follow through.
by kowings8 years ago
Any help would be much appreciated...
by Lena Kovadlo7 years ago
Today, someone I know ordered a book I showcased on one of my hubs (in the amazon capsule). When I go to my amazon associates account I do not see any orders for today's date. I know that the person ordered some other...
by Oyewole Folarin7 months ago
I'm so excited to see one of my hubs showing up in Featured Snippets. This is responsible for the sudden increase in traffic to the hub. A big thank you to editors and fellow hubbers.
by sciencewithme8 years ago
When I first started my hub I did some comments on other hubs from other authors. It is fun to read other stuff and get recipes, hear funny stories, etc. and participate in the conversation. These first comments...
by ToriM3 years ago
when I upload pictures to my hubs, the last several that I have uploaded only show broken links instead of the actual pictures. I already tried going in and re-uploading the pictures but I can't get it to work. anybody...
by madhubber8 years ago
About a week ago I went into Analytics and enabled Adsense for my HubPages profile. In the settings screen it says "Receiving Adsense data," but I haven't seen any clicks register yet.My HubPages are...
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