Does anyone know how to add the "adjusted bounce rate" code to their Google Analytics tracking code?
I've never heard of it... can you explain what you mean by adjusted?
Here is the link where I read about it:
http://analytics.blogspot.com/2012/07/t … oogle.html
I thought it might give me a more accurate idea of how long people spend visiting my hubs.
You wouldn't be able to use the code anyway; you don't own Hubpages, therefore you don't have the option to input code into the site.
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