I am having a difficult time verifying my site. How do I add a TXT record to the DNS configuration for hubpages.com. Or is there another way that is easier to do. My Google Analytics seems to be working but I canot get site authentication approved? Is that possible with Hubpages?
None of that applies to HubPages, where you have no access to the root directory. The information to which you are referring is relevant to webmasters, not hubbers.
Upon having entered your Analytics code in affiliate settings part of the HubPages control panel, the status will change to "set."
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HiCan someone tell me what 'bounce rate' means in Google analytics please? Which is best, a low number or a high one?Cheers
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