Hi, any savvy folk can help me understand the following message which has popped up in my GA:
"Enable Display Advertiser Features
Property http://stuff4kids.hubpages.com is configured to use display features, but it isn't collecting data for these features."
What does that mean? Thanks in advance for your help!
It is a type of ad and a different network. HubPages does not support it, so you can disregard that message.
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