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You will want to add PayPal to your referral exclusion list in Google Analytics. Google says that it is exactly what it is meant for: A common use for this feature is to exclude traffic from a third-party shopping cart to prevent customers from being counted in new session and as a referral when they return to your order confirmation page after ...


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I've never advertised on Yandex before, but the way that describe ad matching there sounds exactly like how Google Adwords works. So I would say that it is pretty normal. You can get around these problems by specifying a "match type" for every keyword you bid on. So when you bid on site you want it to be "exact match" so that it doesn't trigger ads when ...


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You can do this using a Custom Report. Select the metrics and dimensions that you want to report on and then under the "Filters" section you would "Include" "Referral Path" "Exact (Exactly matching)" "A (or the path of the page you wish to filter traffic from". You might also add a second filter for Page "B" if you only want to see the traffic to this ...


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I also had this same problem. I solve by adding meta tag like below and it will be work only in Chrome and Safari. <meta name="Referrer" content="origin">


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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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Following up on Oliver13, indeed the session duration in Google Analytics is not a good measurement. In addition, the data is usually averaged, so it does not really make sense to analyze it. To circumvent this shortcoming, I suggest you to use another tool, such as Mouseflow, which records the exact session length. If you have the time and the will, you ...


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You can add Landing Page metric (ga:landingPagePath) to e-commerce report in GA. I think it will resolve a problem fastest.


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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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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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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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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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