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What you'll want to do is register this as a custom dimension when the pageview is captured. You have two options: Use Google Tag Manager, and a Macro to capture the query string. When you fire the UA Pageview tag - add this captured variable into the Custom Dimension box. Using JavaScript to capture the querystring from the url ...


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You don't do this. If you add two GA properties in the page, it should most likely mess up the bounce rates of the GA property that was declared first. What I would use, is setup one property on the page and - Use a segment to track one specific campaign (Campaign name equals the name of the campaign). To do this, in that campaign, I would go about using ...


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This is already a pre-defined report from Google, if you have ecommerce tracking enabled. Go to Behavior > Site Content > Landing Pages where you'll get the landing page report. Make sure the "Conversions" tab shows eCommerce. Like this screen shot: https://snag.gy/IpXsAt.jpg As far as the add to cart, you'll have to create goals and funnels for arrival ...



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