To any of the Google geniuses out there...
I noticed something today while checking my Google Analytics reports. In the last month, I've had 375 visits to my OLD HP profile page (from before the subdomain switch). My new subdomain has had zero visits. How can I fix this?
It's probably counting the hits before it redirects through the 301. Your old profile no longer exists, it just redirects to your new profile.
Thanks for that info. First I am going to check mine but I will delete the old url and put the url with your new subdomain that should fix the problem.
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