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!
I checked your account and do see analytics information for your HubPages account.
It can mean that the code you entered on HubPages does not match the code for your Analytics account, you specified the wrong URL for your subdomain or another configuration issue.
Can your confirm the settings in your Google Analytics account and your HubPages profile?
I confirmed that the code you entered for your account is showing up in your Hubs. You can confirm for yourself as well by viweing the page source for the page and searching for "window.google_analytics_uacct"
Yeah, when I go to google analytics the tracking code is different than the one on hubpages. How can I fix this and if this is the case how come there is data?
Google Analytics gives me a headache!
Click configure next to Google Analytics on this page.
I also suggest reading the Learning Center entry about Analytics as well.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/sett … -analytics
I have two accounts on google analytics..one with the proper UA # and the other I don't know where it came from..how do I delete that one?
I think I got it, thanks for all your help.
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