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Keep the login page tracking, you can use it in multiple ways - You can look at how many people are dropping if their login fails You can setup a Register Now CTA and check how many folks sign-up from the login page Upon submitting the login details, you can mark which user is signing in and track user-wise activity tied to your registered users within GA ...


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If you don't track the login page there would be no way to know the drop off rate from it. I'd imagine that a very important question for you would be what percentage of your visitors don't log in or sign up.


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It depends whether you are using older ga.js code or the new universal analytics (analytics.js).In the older code you can send data to 2 or more profiles simultaneously using this method: var _gaq = _gaq || []; _gaq.push(['_setAccount','UA-12345-6']); _gaq.push(['_setAllowLinker',true]); _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); ...


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Are these two accounts running on the same Google account? Did you check this box on the GA's account settings?


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While I'm not sure I understand every detail of your question (what do you mean by spending report? E-Commerce section of GA? Custom report?), this sounds like sth. that should be fairly easy to implement. But you should probably ask yourself: Is it helpful? Is a long visit duration a better one or just one where the user needed longer to understand your ...


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Please open a support ticket & CloudFlare can assist. We recently made some changes to analytics to make them more stable and accurate, so that could be part of the issue there (we were having some issues with analytics over the past few months).


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My bad...it is apparent that the number given in Google Analytics is the 'Unique Pageviews' metric for the basket page, and not the total pageviews, which does account for multiple visits. I.e. if the same customer visits the basket twice in a session, it's only counted once; but (importantly) if they visit in another session, this is counted again.


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Tools can give you some idea but you also need to consider changes that will be made to the content on your site, frequency of updates, user behavior as well as global changes in search engine algorithms. Some things will remain constant for the most part with minor fluctuations: If you use email to get people to your site via a newsletter then you can ...



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