While I'm not new to HubPages, I recently signed up for Google Analytics and had some questions regarding it.
I linked my profile page to Google Analytics rather than one of my hubs. Is this the correct thing to do? Will that having that link connected allow me to see the views/stats on my hubs too or just the profile page? If not, does anyone recommend linking individual hubs to Google Analytics? Sorry for all the questions, as I just want to make sure that I'm using it in the best way possible and thanks in advance.
Here's the information about signing up for Google Analytics for HubPages:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/sett … -analytics
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