I followed the step by step for adding Hubpages to analytics, however I am still showing "Tracking Not Installed".
I copied my UA -ID into the analytics slot on my hubpages and applied changes - also saved and finished on the analytics page.
Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!!
Sign in to google analytics with your e'mail id and check whether it is active or not? Once again check the tracking UA id in hubpages and save.
No Luck. On hubpages it shows my analytics ID and I verified that I had put it in right but on my analytics page it still shows "Tracking not installed".
Does it make a difference where is asks: "What are you tracking?"
-A single domain (default) <---this is what I have selected.
-One domain with multiple subdomains
-Multiple top-level domains
Well now all of a sudden it is working fine Perhaps sometimes it just takes a bit of patience.
Thank you Sarovai for your help!
It can take a bit for Google to catch up.
Newbies reading this thread should enable Analytics NOW. You may not understand why, you may not think you would ever need it, but trust me: there will come a day when you will be glad you turned it on ahead of real need. Just do it.
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