Has anyone been able to add the sub-domain to Google Webmaster tools?
I have added my sub-domain to Google Analytics although it shows to be tracking, it has no data.
Any assistance or info will be much appreciated.
Change the date range to august 13th- august 14th and you will see today's data.
I just did it too, but it doesn't seem to be recording adsense - under content, there is no adsense button? So the stats are all other data - there is not even an adsense revenue =0 result.
I have not been able to link it to webmasters tools. Paul has said he will give us further instructions tomorrow.
I will try that on the analytics and wait for more instructions on the webmaster tools. I thought it was just something I was doing wrong.
Analytics always only gives you data up till yesterday, but all you have to do is change the date range to include today's date to see up-to-the-minute data.
The webmasters tools things is something different. We never could connect an ordinary hubpages account to it, because we do not own the domain.
But Paul says we can now with subdomains, although I am not seeing it. We will just have to wait for that one.
How do you add to analytics without adding the code?
Huh? Maybe my brain isn't in gear but can you please re-phrase that?
I tried adding it to my url list in adsense, but for some reason it won't take it. What's up with that?
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