OK- problems everywhere due to my ignorance(whoever said a little knowledge is a dangerous thing wasn't kidding):
I set up my website (www.michaelmusgrove.com) last night and installed WordPress, but added the extension /blog, not really thinking or knowing what I was doing. I then added the tracking code for google analytics to that, so that is what my google analytics account is tracking under my main Google/gmail account. Decided I screwed up and want JUST http://www.michaelmusgrove.com without the /blog extension (even though I added some fairly well-written content and imported 30+ posts from Blogger that I wouldn't mind recovering, but it's not that big of a deal-I have bigger fish to fry at this point).
So, I installed WordPress for my main domain and move on. Problems are of course now cropping up.
Google analytics is tracking the /blog site, and even though I added the tracking code to the pages of my main domain, I'm not sure what in the world is being tracked now.
I can't verify my main domain, through Google analytics (since it's tracking the /blog site) and when I add the meta tag to the header of my main site now, I can't verify it either. THAT is annoying.
I don't want to just Nuke everything at this point because of the time invested but I am pulling my hair out. I also would rather not start setting up all sorts of duplicate accounts, but I don't know what the solution is.
Anyone have any solutions for an idiot?
When I search google for my site (site: http://www.michaelmusgrove.com) all that comes up in google search results is the /blog site extension, but all THAT is, is an Index of /blog. That, of course, is NOT what I want to pull up (I just want may main domain) and am not even sure how to access the /blog site anymore.
I am so confused.