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Just found a notification in my Google Analytics, states that ''Property Hubpages is not receiving hits. Either your site is not receiving sessions or it is not tagged correctly'' I am definitely receiving a lot of sessions and everything else seems normal as usual just wondering whats up with that. My concern really is that everything is set up correctly with Hubpages and not impeding performances, If its just an analytics issue I am not all that concerned about it. Thanks all.
Where are you seeing this exactly? I checked Analytics and I do not get any error message and my real time tracking is working fine too.
It was under that first blue bell looking icon in the top right corner. I did check my admin settings as well and these is most definitely a trcking id set up. I'm also getting real time tracking everthing looks fine..
I'm not seeing the notification you are seeing. I see this one though, which is irrelevant IMO:
Set an Industry Category info
Property Hub Pages does not have the industry category set. Consider setting the industry category to enable richer features in Google Analytics.
The notification did go away after I clicked on..perhaps I can tinker a little more. My main concern is that it's not hurting my site.
I have industry category enabled. It keeps telling me the code is wrong but I have tracking codes enabled I really don't get it.
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