So if you wanna have a quick peak at the site the url is ApartmentJunkie.com, keep in mind the site is pretty bare bones but you'll get the idea -- basically it's very similar to craigslist in the sense that it's in the local space so people pick a city then get sent to a subdomain that is specific for that city, e.g.
I put that up late last night then had a look at the analytics and found that I am seeing only the request uri portion of the URLs in analytics as I would with any other site only with this one it's a problem as
brandon.mb.apartmentjunkie.com/map/ are two different pages and shouldn't be lumped together as
I know the kneejerk response is likely going to be "hey just setup a different google analytics profile for each subdomain" but there will eventually be a lot of subdomains so google's cap of 50 is going to be too limited and even more important I want to see the data in aggregate for the most part.
_gaq.push(['_trackPageview',String(document.domain) + String(document.location)]);
But am unsure if this is the best way and figured someone else on wm.se would have had a similar situation that they could talk a bit about.