Okay, I followed the instructions and got my ID in my affiliate settings.
But it's still showing not tracking after almost 72 hours.
The only thing I can think of is that the ID I saw Paul give ended in a dash-# and mine didn't.
But I added a dash before the last number and it finally accepted it (on Hub Pages).
So now what? Someone else originally set up my Analytics for my other websites, so all I do is log in and check them, but is there anything else to do other than add it in (my profile page)?
There is nothing more required . Simply add it to profile page . One more thing is Set up website profile in Google Analytics. Go to Add website profile and enter the url of your profile on hubpages.
Ack! Now see? I had read another forum thread where someone said they didn't need to add anything to their code. No WONDER it's not working. lol. I thought it very odd that you didn't need to insert anything but I assumed there was some underground super secret deal with HP Google had made Thanks so much!
Okay, no - I'm not sure where to add it. I tried adding it in the Bio box?
The script thingy?
This is totallyllllllly confusing. Someone needs to do a step by step.
Script kind of thing is not required . Simply go to "My Account"->Affiliate Settings- and edit Analytics paste your id and you are done.There is no ned of #. your affiliate id will be like
UA-XXXXXXX-X where X is a number.
Already done! http://hubpages.com/hub/Google-Analytics-for-Hubpages
It does seem to take a few days sometimes for the tracker to be picked up.
Got it working - thanks to someone who emailed me direct
Boy it sure isn't clear. Some people were syaing to enter your profile URL while others said to just type in Hubpages.com - pulled teeth, but it's there now
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