Exclude own browsing from stats
it counts my page refreshes even i logged in.
If that is the case, it gives me the wrong idea of how many views (other than my own) on the site.
Very good idea, if it can be implemented. Blogger offers that option but you have to keep your Blogger cookies and allow third-party cookies, which made it impossible for me to not count my own visits because I delete all my cookies when I close a browser, for security reasons. But maybe there's a way that doesn't cause other problems. I hope so because a lot of the visits in my About.me stats are my own. Thanks.
Is there a way to see who is viewing your page
Absolutely agree. I link to my about.me page all over the place, but I can't tell if anyone is visiting. I like the notifications of when other about.me users visit, but it says I've had hundreds of views since joining. I know that has to be mostly me going in to edit or view. I'd love to accurately see if my promoting is working. Thanks!
le petit malicieux commented
EXCLUD ME PLEASE
Joel LeVan commented
Definitely do not count user visits.
Agree, don't count user visits.
I definitely agree! This would be a really helpful feature. :)
I fully agree - user visits logged in or not should NOT count - how about one view max per IP like youtube?
so... everyone agrees, so why even vote. It's decided, don't count user visits.
i think it is misleading that entering my dashboard or editing my page counts as a 'visit'. Please adjust. Thanks.
I too agree with this. You visting or editing the website while you are logged in should not count.
I agree as i have submitted the same idea today! does it count our own visit?
It could be a useful and interesting tool, but at the moment it isn't. Potential great upgrade, 591 votes,
I aggree with sallymason, the stats are meaningless if they count your own visits!
The stats are meaningless if they count your own visits.
Would be nice... as I do go on the site allot (being new) and doubt I have had any genuine visitors.