Hi, I've been thoroughly reading Google's instructions for analytics but still cannot get any information on my dash board or any where else.
I figure I must be doing something wrong, but can't figure out what it is.
The profile section is showing a hubpage url with my profile, and also a hubpage url with the google affiliate number. Does that sound right?
Am I suppose to put google.com any where in the profile section?
I can't figure out why I am getting no information if analytics has my google affiliate number,(starts with UA--) and my hubpages.com URL along with my hubpages Jen's solitute profile code.
If you can help me I would appreciate it very much.
Thanks in advance!
Another great website to look at that I use for Website analytics is www.statcounter.com. Very user friendly and gives me alot of information on my site that I can help me make the necessary adjustments. Let me know if this works for you.
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Thanks ad_lime, but what ever I tried previously finally worked and when I checked again, my info was there. After 3 days of trying I suppose something had to finally work. ~Jen
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