Where my analytics affiliate code is, it says set, but not active, like it says for adsense.
Does it still work if it only says set, and not active? If it should say active, what do i do?
The best way to see if your analytics is working is by logging into your analytics account and see if data is being recorded. If you go to "my account" >> click "affiliate settings" >> click the analytics link - you will be prompted to sign in. From there you will be able to see if your analytics is working ok.
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