I have a question about Google Analytics (I have already signed-up).
Google Analytics has provided me with a long string of code, what on earth am I supposed to do with it?
Might I add that if Hub offered a step-by-step guide for Analytics sign-up (as they do with the other affiliates) then I wouldn't need to be clogging up the board with this question. Things that seem simple to experts are not always obvious to newbies!
There's a hub here which should help you with this, Deborah.
Basically, you don't need the whole string of code, just your tracking ID.
Hope this helps.
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