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You just got introduced to bots :) Looks like you are running a vanilla version of software like phpBB or WordPress etc. What are bots? (Source: Wikipedia) Bots are an army of (mostly compromised) machines doing whatever their bot head asks them to do. In most cases, they just post spam messages with links. Read more about the command and control ...


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Had similar issues with this in the past. From what I've read, there is a big possibility that it is actually IE 11 (really, it comes down to how Webtrends interprets it). This is because IE recently made changes to its User Agent. See here.


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Google allows Multiple tracking codes on web pages however some configs may not be supported. You can install multiple instances of the Google Analytics tracking code on your web pages to send data to multiple properties in your account. Not all configurations are supported. You can, for example, install multiple instances of the Universal ...


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Will you lose SEO value? 301-headers will transfer all* SEO value from the naked version to the www version, you have nothing to worry about, as long as the pages keep existing (which should be the case if you only switch to www.). Don't forget sitemaps, and other XML files which might contain your domain. * I've read about loosing the tiniest bit due to a ...


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If your website is hosting a forum or a blog that allows comments to articles you've posted and you allow registrations and postings without some mechanism for verifying the registrations are coming from a human rather than an automated script, you will likely get an enormous amount of spam posted on your site, since there are many systems out there on the ...


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Version v4 and v7 of Website Tonight allow adding a script tag within the head tag, in page properties. With v6 however just add a script block anywhere on the page, and paste the Google Analytics code in. As @Toby said, it works fine from the body. I just add the script block below the last text box: works fine.


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Bing does not currently offer an analytics package that is the equivalent of Google Analytics.


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Report, which you'd like to use Acquisition -> Sources -> Google Play, uses UTMs for tracking referrals. You've got hint from GA (mouseover on question mark next to "(direct) / none") that this source contains also referrals, because you don't tag links. You couldn't look in your historical data, but if you add UTMs, you will track a future data.


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This data calculation could be complex and you are already aware of Behavior flow which is the best way to do comparative analysis. However, try these alternatives: Set up goal to a particular URL and funnel it down. (recommended, if you have to track any specific channel) OR Create a custom report for a particular Page Depth filter (say 3) and the ...


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Non-interaction events would cause this behavior. Senario: User loads page User reads the article for 24 minutes Browser sends non-interactive event to Google Analytics User closes the browser In that case Google would know that the user stuck around for the 24 minutes, but because the non-interactive flag was set on the event, they would still be ...


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You need to have only pageviews per each category. Do it in spreadsheet. 1) download a report with pageviews for /animals/ category 2) import data to spreadsheet 3) import URLs for cats and dogs in separate columns in the same spreadsheet 4) using a VLOOKUP function identify is "dog URL" is contained in all pages columns (/animal/ category column), if it ...


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You can get the answer you are looking for by viewing the events report but with a "segment" applied that filters out all the traffic that isn't for the page that you are interested in. View the events report Click "+ Add Segment" Click "+ New Segment" Click "Advanced -> Conditions" Add the filter "Page exactly matches /mypage.html" (with the URL for the ...


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As far as advantages to URL parameters to referrer tracking there are two major ones: (As you mention) -- Referrers are disabled in a small number of clients. Referrers only tell you which page a person came from, but not which part of the page. URL parameters can enable much finer grain tracking. Which section did the user click on? Which link was ...


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This URL parameters are mainly used to Dynamic websites and shopping websites. This URL parameters are used to access the total data on the database which are related to that URL parameter. Better to use this option under web developer.. Log on to the Google webmaster tools On the Dashboard, under Crawl, click URL Parameters. Click the Edit button next to ...



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