I want to make a few changes to my analytics account so as to keep a better track of events. Problem is I can't locate the Search Query Parameter for my HP sub-domain. Where do you get it?
Click Admin on your Analytics home page: Under Property select Hubpages; then click View Settings under All Website Data; and then scroll to the bottom to find the settings you want to change!
Let me make myself clearer Barack. What I want to locate is the Search Query Parameter for my hubpages account. Do you have a clue on how one can get it?
Maina: I think you must first set up and configure site search and query parameter for you to be able to view your Analytics query parameter for HP: I am not sure if you can do this through HP: However, checkout this links for more detailed help https://support.google.com/analytics/an … 2264?hl=en
Well, agree with Barack. Follow his steps and make changes to your account and keep updated with latest updates.
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