Its saying my Google Analytics ID is supposed to have an extra # at the end when I try to add it. However, when I got into my google anayltics account to confirm this, I don't see no extra number, its just UA and 8 numbers following it. So I don't understand? Does Hubpages want me to add a dash before the last number or something?
The way it shows seems to be correct. Do not attempt to add the #.
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