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We did something like this on a one page site, where each section of the site was served up via Ajax and cachable as its own url. We did this by using the #! hashbang method and then using the escaped fragment meta tag to let google know about the section pages. When the bot hit our site with the escaped fragment querystring we only served the bot that ...


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You don't need to use an iframe. This tracking code is for universal analytics. There are a few ways you can push this into Google Analytics: 1) Trigger an Event on submit You can use Javascript for this or jQuery $('#button').on('click', function() {ga('send', 'event', 'button', 'click','Form Completed');}); 2) Trigger a Virtual Pageview on submit ...


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You'll have to create virtual pages for each step, and set up a goal funnel accordingly. So on each step you've described in your question you'll have to send a pageView on each event. In case of an actual redirect you really don't have to send the event manually. My advice would be that you should streamline the steps into one javascript function, that way ...


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DuckDuckGo does appear to support this in addition to Bing. The site imelda-immobilien.de has no "static" pages, they're all ajax driven. A search on Bing and DuckDuckGo shows multiple ajax urls in the results. Yahoo is powered by bing, and a yahoo search shows the same results.


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Simple answer, yes, Bing and DuckDuckGo support this. This article suggests bing does support it. The site imelda-immobilien.de has no "static" pages, they're all ajax driven. A search on Bing and DuckDuckGo shows multiple ajax urls in the results. Yahoo is powered by bing, and so their results show the same.



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