I am just doing some more setup today and the Google Tracking code for Google Analytics is not working.
Google has a huge amount of code for the tracking code!
I stripped out the 13 character code that HubPages wants and entered it, but got an error message from Google that the code was wrong.
The entire code will not fit.
I Google Analytics not working?
Have you followed the instructions here? http://hubpages.com/faq/#analytics
Make sure you're just inserting something that looks like UA-3678624863, nothing else.
It can take up to 24 hours for Analytics to start receiving information.
Thanks for the reply!
It did take a little time, but it all set up and I have google analytics, now. The confusion is that it sends an error report when it probably should give a notice about the time delay.
The only thing left is for the e-bay to go on line and then I am set up here.
It is exactly what I did. Yet, the robot from HunPages shows that there was a mistake and it suggests a different format for the eight numbers that follows UA- . Ex: UA-123456-7. Here lies the difference. My set number that follows UA- is a compact set of eight numbers.
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