I have just published my second hub, and want to track it with Google Analytics. I've got my tracking code from Google, but when I go to my affiliate settings in "my account" there is doesn't seem to be a place to add more than one tracking code.
The spot is taken with my tracking code for my first hub.
What do I do?
Thanks for any help.
Analytics will track on all of your hubs. You do not need multiple trackers.
You need to add your profile URL for that to track once you do that then that one code will track all of the hubs. Enter your profile URL and not individual Hub URL's.
can track each hub this way...http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/402#post648675
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