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Full Referrer means URL which user came from. It could be familiar with your expectations only with filtering by another Dimension ("previous page path" = (entrance)). But there is better report... You need to look at Behaviour > Site Content > Landing Pages ("entrance pages") and then add secondary dimension Full Referrer.


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It sounds like your tracking code may be improperly implemented, or possibly that your site URL structure isn't friendly to Google Analytics. There is unfortunately no way to recover lost data, you can only fix the tracking and gather new, proper data. How does your Page report look? Do you have a similar problem? Does your URL structure use lots of query ...


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The only way is to use a plugin that specifically has that sort of analytics added as part of it or can throw an event to Google Analytics to detect the share. Short of that if all you want is lists on how often content has been shared and you don't care who has shared the content then most social networks have API's into their social graph that allows you ...


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A week is not much time at all for Google to index a new site. As the message says Google hasn't indexed your site yet and while Google provides the ability through the search console to upload your sitemap.xml file to the queue to crawl your site it still takes time depending on a number of factors which Google doesn't even publish. It can take up to two ...


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When posting links to direct people to your site, you should use query strings to assign extra data. This is called Campaign Parameterisation, or Campaign Tagging. There are three parameters you should always add: utm_medium - The marketing channel (social, email, cpc, etc.) utm_source - The advertiser/site/publication in question (facebook, outbrain, ...


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Use google's URL generator to track your social media campaigns. Google URL Generator


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You can try this step by step. I think that the biggest problem is in data structure. You need to check that out. And also, I'm not sure if it can handle 2 million events at once. (Never had that many events for import) :) http://www.lunametrics.com/blog/2015/09/28/google-analytics-data-import-guide/



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