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  • The solution to your problem has already been answered.

    Read solution here.

    Basically, if it doesn’t work, go to Google Analytics, set up an account (fi you haven’t already). It will give you an UA code. Switch back over to your Google Analytics WordPress plugin. Check “Manually enter your UA code”, enter the UA code Google Analytics gave you and it should work.

    thank you jessi.r.davis…

    Ah Haaa….that’s all there is to it,lol

    I am still having trouble getting GA to activate for an account which is set up with yoast. I set up one of my websites with regular GA and it is working fine.

    My GA Yoast site seems to recognize the UA code but every time I try to update by unchecking the Manual box to get a new code, the page automatically flips back to the manual entry. I have tried this a few a couple of times requiring me to wait 24 to 48 hours on GA to determine if any data is coming in. In each case no data. Evidently something is not working with the Yoast code or word press.???

    Any ideas how to correct??

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