For the past week, when I click on Google Analytics, the old interface shows up with no info. Did I miss an announcement? Does it have anything to do with the site wanting payment for info or problem with our codes?
All I know is that I saw a thing that said they were retiring the old (general) interface (the page where you check your Ad Sense earnings and click to Analytics from) some time in November.
by Tony Lawrence5 years ago
I got email this morning telling me that "We’re excited to share that the new version of Google Analytics will soon be activated in your account. In addition to a redesigned interface that makes it even...
by Brie Hoffman2 years ago
Does anyone know what this means?I'm getting this error message when I go into my google analytics page. Google Analytics drives me crazy!
by Rajinder Soni7 years ago
Hi friends,Three days back, I got a good hit on my hubs and the adsense revenue generated from that single day was around 5 times more than average days, though the average clicks were the same, the cost of per click...
by Pandoras Box6 years ago
Why am I not getting this? What do I need to do?I click on content and see no place for adsense. No button in the left sidebar or anywhere else.Are my adsense and analytics not 'linked'? I mean they are, near as I can...
by SEO Expert Kerala7 years ago
I have one adsense account and analytics account in same email ID .According to google ,"Now you can track your earning sources in adsense , by using google analytics" But adsense earnings...
by John Mark3 years ago
I saw where this issue has been addressed in the past and supposedly corrected. But for many weeks now, especially toward the end of the week and weekends, my HubPages stats will not update for hours and sometimes even...
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