I have just set up a Google Analytics account and although I have already listed my UA tracking number under my HubPages settings, I am not sure if or where I need to post the code provided in the Google Analytics instructions. Is this already taken care of by HubPages, or do I need to do something?
check this out..http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/setting-up-google-analytics
Thank you sofs - i actually followed the directions on that page, which said nothing about posting the google analytics code. it was when i looked at the tracking status in my google analytics account that it said something about me not having posted the code. However I just checked again one minute ago, and the tracking status now says 'Receiving Data,' so I guess I am all set up. I.e., you don't need to post the code for websites on HubPages. Thanks again for all of your help.
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