Im confused on where to put my analytics tracking code to my other website. I thought I could paste it anywhere in the homepage of my website. But I can't paste it. Where is this so-called tag found? Please help.
You should enter just the UA-xxxx-xx portion of the code here on the affiliate settings page. We automatically add the longer tag to all of your content on HubPages:
I have already the hubpages added.I didn't know how I did it in adding hubpages website. I mean websites like twitter or facebook.
I'm not 100% sure, but I don't you are going to be able to use Google Analytics on Twitter or Facebook (unless you have developed your own facebook or twitter application perhaps).
I'm pretty certain you can't add anything like that to twitter or facebook. You can if you own the website, but not other websites in general. HP is special in the regard.
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