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I'm trying to add HubPages to my Google Analytics but it keeps saying that the website URL is invalid and won't let me create an account. Could it be because there's a plus sign in my profile name? (i.e. hubpages.com/profile/Susan+Ng) How do I work around it? That's the URL that appears when I view my HubPages profile.
For Analytics, you simply use http://hubpages.com, not your profile URL.
Really? But it says here to write my profile name in website's URL:
http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/sett … analytics/
My Analytics account is simply set for "hubpages.com" - used to collect data from multiple HubPages accounts without problems.
Nope. It's what WE said. http://hubpages.com only.
@WE - It said that when I signed up here. It didn't work for me then and doesn't now.
Oh... so the instructions in HubPages Learning Center is incorrect? I just put hubpages.com and not include my profile name?
Okay, let's first address the wrong thinking here.
First off, you setup a Google Adsense account.
You do so, by inputting your profile page.
Afterward, you connect Google Analytics account via Google Adsense. When you do that- you use HubPages.com at the source to find your Google Adsense account and everything connected to it.
Okay, that makes sense. Did you visit the link to HubPages Learning Center? Did I completely misunderstand it or are the instructions there really incorrect?
Okay, thanks for the help.
I wonder why HubPages hasn't corrected their guide to setting up Google Analytics.
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