Question by Fig: Why does Google Analytics say ‘Tracking is Not Installed’?
I entered the tracking code Analytics gave me. I made a space between “/head” and the previous line to enter the code. But my Analytics website says that ‘Tracking is Not Installed’ and that the last check was Dec. 31st, 1969. Does it take a couple days to start tracking or something? The Analytics website has my website blog’s name, and I can open up its statistics, but all values are zero, blank.
Answer by ♔вσѕтσи gємιиι
The most likely reason is that Google is experiencing technical difficulties/ glitches and should be up and running shortly.
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How can I install Google Analytics tracking code on my blog if I already have it installed on my website?
Question by David K: How can I install Google Analytics tracking code on my blog if I already have it installed on my website?
Do I need to set up a different profile and use different code? Can anyone help me with a step-by-step?
Answer by The Wolf
It depends. If the blog is attached to your website, meaning that it shares the same domain then you don’t need a different tracking code. You will need to add that code to any page on your site that you want tracked. If your blog is on another site such as blogger, then you’ll need to create a different tracking code for that blog.
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network traffic meter software to measure speed/data between two network cards installed on the same computer?
Question by MaxL: network traffic meter software to measure speed/data between two network cards installed on the same computer?
I need to measure data packets/speed between this two cards installed in olny one computer. One card will output data packets to a fiber/cooper media converter, then to another fiber/cooper media converter and back to the second network card on the computer.
Answer by peralese4
if this is a windows box, you can use the Task Manger, hit control + alt + delete and then select Task Manager, hit the Networking Tab, and you should be able to see those metrics.
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