So, I went to the google analytics page and when it asks for what website you want to track, i put in hubpages.com, right. But then it says i have to enter the tracking code into the html portion of the website for every page i want to track. How do I do that if I am not the website administrator?
Enter the code from the HTML that looks like this UA-123456-1 here:
One more point, will this code now be included in all of my already published hubs, or just any new ones I create?
All of your hubs, plus your profile and other pages on HubPages that are "yours". You'll see which ones as soon as analytics has gathered enough stats to show you a report (in a day or two).
i think i put in somethin like hot to the hub url. with my user id and all of course. is that ok? or am i wrong. when i check, it does show views. but wat does conversion or somethin mean? conversion to what? thanks for your help.
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