Well there is a lot around on the web about this - but none of it that helpful.
All seem to assume that you have a button in adsense to link the two. Pretty sure i had it, and that I clicked it (the link now says "go to your Google Analytics account" and linked the two
BUT I am still unable to see ANY adsense data inside my analytics. Anyone know a way of explaining it to a dumb ass like me - especially one who seems to be halfway through it almost by accident?
Well, the Google help page is at
http://www.google.com/support/analytics … swer=92625
It can take several hours to start, if I remember correctly.
As I said I hit that link (was months ago) but i dont seem to have anything in my analytics account for adsense
I think I remember it taking a while to set in, plus it depends on whether he is actually earning anything lol
Assuming you've got everything linked up properly and you wait a little while, as PCUnix pointed out, you should see your AdSense data by selecting Content > AdSense from your dashboard. If the option for AdSense doesn't show up, then they're either not linked properly or just not synced up yet.
MrNick, I too, and at least one other hubber, also suffer from your problem. We never got the upgrade. Hopefully Google will notice their oversight soon and hook all of us up with that magic but oh-so-elusive Integrate button.
I don't seem to have the 'integrate' button either.
This is how I check the linking - there may well be other ways.
To check if you're all set up properly click on the 'go to analytics' button, then in the analytics page look at the far left of the orange bar at the top and click 'analytics settings'.
This will show you a list of the sites you have listed to record data for analytics. In the status bar you want to see a big green tick. If you see a tick it should be all set, if you have a yellow triangle tracking hasn't been installed (or if you only did it within the last few hours it hasn't caught up with itself yet.
At the main Analytics screen, if you click on Edit Profile, do you see something similar to this?
PCUnix has it right. Check that screen.
If everything is okay there and you're still not receiving data, read these:
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … swer=74341
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … swer=94765
http://www.google.com/support/analytics … swer=55500
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