where do you copy and paste the code to get google analytics?
You don't have to on HubPages. HubPages automatically does that for you. All you need is the analytics account with HP as one of your sites.
I just got it and it says I have to paste the code--no stats are showing but according to hubs I have views.
also mark, I put that code in there but they say I have to paste a bunch more or hubpages admin does
Froggy, you just need to copy the part that reads ca-pub-123456...67890 and paste it where Mark showed you. No other code, just that.
and that is what I did but analytics says they need the code pasted in the site and i cant find the place to answer it in analytics.
If you are talking about this: just ignore it and hit finish. It will be fine in a day or so, it just takes time...
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