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I created a new Tracking ID for 10 Drupal sites. However, why all 10 sites reports are the same in my Google Analytics?


update: added additional information

Here are 10 sites info I got

Drupal site 1: siteA.com

Code on Google Analytics Module: UA-00000001-1

Drupal site 1: siteB.com

Code on Google Analytics Module: UA-00000001-2

Drupal site 1: siteC.com

Code on Google Analytics Module: UA-00000001-3
. . . and so on


PS: For each site, I added the

same 2nd tracking ID and code

on Custom Javascript code in Google Analytics Module
code snippet(before):

_gaq.push(["_setDomainName", "none"]);
_gaq.push(["_setAllowLinker", true]);

Code snippet (after):

_gaq.push(["_setAccount", "UA-00000002-1”]);
_gaq.push(["_setDomainName", "none"]);
_gaq.push(["_setAllowLinker", true]);
_gaq.push(["_trackPageview"]);


Also I added a Filter for each Google Analytics View on tracking ID UA-00000002-1.

on SiteA.com
Filter Type: - Predfined Filter> Include only > Traffic to the hostname > that begin with
Hostname: SiteA.com

on SiteB.com
Filter Type: - Predfined Filter> Include only > Traffic to the hostname > that begin with
Hostname: SiteB.com

on SiteC.com
Filter Type: - Predfined Filter> Include only > Traffic to the hostname > that begin with
Hostname: SiteC.com

... and so on

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closed as off-topic by dan Jul 16 at 13:31

This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason:

  • "Questions that are specific to one website are off-topic because they are unlikely to help future visitors. Examples include individual website reviews for SEO purposes and general website troubleshooting." – dan
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You'll need to add your tracking code here and how it's implemented. –  dan Jul 13 at 23:15
    
@dan what do you mean? What type of tracking code do I need to add? I already added the Tracking ID on Google Analytics module on each Drupal site(total 10 sites). Is there some kind of setting I have to do on Google Analytics account? –  H-L Jul 14 at 12:51
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To help others answer this, you should copy the Google Analytics tracking code appearing in the source code of your site(s) and add it to your question (see this as to what the code looks like). You can track multiple domains under the same profile, but you'll need to create separate profiles if you want to see them separately. –  dan Jul 15 at 0:29
    
@dan I updated my post with additional info. Hope this help others to answer my question. –  H-L Jul 16 at 12:52
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@dan actually the Google Analytics seem to work. I may need to wait another day for a full day report. –  H-L Jul 16 at 13:19