I'd like to start using Analytics for my hubs, however I'm a bit confused about what to put down when it asks for your URL. Am I supposed to put in the URL of every hub I want tracked or do I put in one main URL, like the one that brings up my profile?
For those of you who use Analytics, how helpful has it been?
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This is much easier than doing it on your own site where you have to place a tag in the html code .
Oh, I understand how to include Analytics on Hub Pages, but I should've clarified.... I'm confused about how to actually sign up for Analytics in the first place. Analytics asks for your URL and I don't know what to give them. I have 37 hubs right now, so that's 37 different URLs. Do I sign up for each one or do I give one main URL from Hub Pages... do I just skip that questions? THAT's the part that confuses me. Thanks.
You just enter one URL and the one to your HubPages profile will work fine. That URL is really just for display purposes, I don't think it affects the tracking at all.
Oh, OK, thanks! That makes things easier... I was thinking I'd have to reenter information each time I wrote a hub!
wow , I'm learning something new every day in the forums , I never knew you can track your hubs in Google analytics
yes I was exactly the same rumbling - just signed up and activated and its freeeeeeee!!!
I also use the hubpages.com and it tracks all my individual hubs.
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