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Another way of asking your question is: "How many users had at least one download during this time period?" You can use "segments" to answer this question. Create a segment only for users that have a "download" event. Select the "Audience Overview" report Change the main metric dropdown from "Sessions" to "Users" Click "+ Add Segment" Click "+ New ...


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As well as the GA Debug Chrome Extension, there is another extension by Google called Tag Assistant. This will check your installation of the GA code on your page and will let you know if there are any issues or errors with the current tag.


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There is a Chrome Extension called GA Debug which is useful for seeing what tags are being fired on your website. Install that extension, right click the page and 'Inspect element', go to the 'console' tab and then navigate to the pages you are interested in. If your tags are firing, they'll appear in the output below. As I mentioned in the comment, ...


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I see that you use jQuery on your website. Despite being unable to write attributes onto the links, you can include this snippet of JavaScript which will log a Google Analytics event before sending the user to the link. function logeventga(category, action, label, value, callback, nonAction){ var event = { 'eventCategory': category, ...


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Using GTM, you could establish a link click listener that fires on all pages, and then create an "Outbound link" tag to fire whenever a link is clicked. You can collect the href attribute of the link to pass into your event as well. That's it in a nutshell, but there's more details here if you like: ...


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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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