pls does anyone know how to use google analytics to track hubs on hub pages
Just get your analytics code and put it in the affiliate section (if I remember rightly) in "my account" .
go to your google analytic, add you your hub (make sure is your profile page URl), then copy UA number abd paste in your affiliate setting page. You can access your affilate setting page through my account.
Make channels and paste urls of your Hubs into your analytics account hope that helps.
- Go to Google Analytics Account.
- Click Analytics Settings then Add Website Profile and Type in hubpages.com and click continue.
- and then get your Tracking ID, it's look like UA-
- and now go to your Hubpages account and click Affiliate Settings. Fill your Google Analytics tracking code into the box labelled Analytics.
well thanks to you all. i've done all you said but it's not giving me any data
here's a quick visual for adding channels...for Analytics you'll need to get set up in affiliats settings( have you done that yet) then link the accounts ( to hubpages )somewhere on the top of the page of analytics... I'd help ya more but i'm about ready to retire 4 the night...
I have 2 hubs about analytics and how it works, they also have videos on setting up the account. Feel free to check them out. If you still have questions let me know and I will answer them.
by paddy_avfc 10 years ago
Hi guys and gals,I've done a search of the forum but can't seem to find this problem.I've set up an account at Analytics and inserted the code into my affiliate settings page. I've set up a report in my Analytics account for a specific Hub but it is not tracking, I'm being told to paste a...
by Tricia Mason 7 years ago
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by SaraHays 8 years ago
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by silverstar8 11 years ago
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