when writing a new hub the title is given a new URL can you enter a tracker code at the end of it.
I recently found out, while trying to understand URl concerning my pages, about the url tracker code.
If you go into "my account" you will see your statistics. Just above that you will see a menu. In that menu click on URL trackers and you can create a tracker for your url.
It is easy and if I can do it you can do it.
Hope this helps. If you get a chance stop by "Phyl's Potpourri".
Thanks have a good one.
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