I've been trying to set up with Google analytic s and can't get past the URL. It won't accept my hub pages URL. What am I doing wrong? Thanks to anyone who might have the answer.
Are you sure you need the www? Looking at my analytics, it shows only hubpages.com. No http, no www.
Try "hubpages.com" (exactly as written without the quote marks, no www. or http://). That has worked for many people, and that works for me as well.
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