Sorry I'm new at this and I keep getting lost...so I signed up for Google Analytics...and it seemed simple enough until tell you, "here put this html code on your site." So I went to my page and place the code in one of the capsules...and they tell you "DONT PUT ADSENSE CODE ON HERE." So where do you put the code on your Hubpage?
Man I suck at this...
You don't add AdSense codes to your Hubs. You didn't read the instructions on this end,
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