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I have successfully used my analytics code for my first hub, however, I have posted 2 more and when you add it to google, you get another code UA....... etc.
There's only one My Account>Affiliate Settings>Analytics.
Does this mean only one hub can use analytics, or will the one code track all sites?
This is very confusing, I'd really appreciate an answer.
I hear there are channels you can use where you list your other hubs...not sure how to set them up tho, lol ...I is still sorta new @ all this too.
Thankyou.... maybe someone at HP HQ could let us know...
I don't think you can use Analytics on your individual Hubs, because you need to add the Analytics code and you can't on HP.
You can set up individual channels on Adsense for each Hub which will tell you the number of clicks per Hub - plus you can see your traffic on your Statistics page on HP.
I've got analytics set, but it's tracking one of my hubs. It's in My Account>Affiliate Settings>Analytics. When I added the hub to analytics, it is successfully tracked.... However, as there are different hubs with different addresses, analytics gives you different IDs you paste in, but in HP there's only one provision for one ID..
That's right, that will track all your Hubs (not each one individually).
So one ID will track ALL hubs? That's good... Is it able to do this as you only have one acct w HP or that you group your hubs together?
Can you just tell me, if I have one HP acct with 3 hubs, I use the 1 ID? Can this still differentiate analysis from each of the 3 hubs or not?
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