Ok, I understand you don't need to verify with Webmasters, but then how do they start tracking your traffic in hubpages and help you get more traffic to your hubs if you are not verified?
Google Webmaster is ONLY the process in which you tell Google about the ownership of any websites. You only have to go this process whenver you own a website or if you have access to any webpages in where you can upload HTM or META files. It only tells them you have access to change settings in those sites,
I assume you mean Google Analytics?
You add your code to the http://hubpages.com/my/affiliate page.
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