Anyone have multiple profiles on hubPages and have success setting up a separate website profile in Analytics? Is it possible, can it be done? If yes, please tell me how because I can't figure it out. I was hoping I could separate the tracking for each profile...
Have you tried setting up separate reports that track the URLs from the various accounts? That's the first option that came to mind.
I tried adding a new website profile (under Analytics Settings). Then it asks you to add a profile for a new or existing domain. I chose existing since I already have one with HubPages - is that wrong? I then set up a new profile that way, got my tracking ID, but it's not working. I've done this before (set up new analytics tracking), just can't get it to work this time.
Since I don't have multiple HubPages accounts, I can't really debug the situation, but I'm guessing that to Analytics, they just see HubPages as HubPages and that's why it's not working on your end.
But what I said was that if you use URL channels, you can make reports to separate performance on one account from another.
Some how (don't ask me how) I got it working! So that's a good thing. Thanks for trying though...
by Marina 4 years ago
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