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In Analytics: Acquisition > Channels click on "Organic Search" - this gives the report with the evolution of organic traffic. On the top of this graph you see Sessions vs (Select a Metric) - click on the (Select a Metric) and start typing "Bounce rate" in the search field - select when the field appears. This should be the graph you're looking for.


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Pixl's answer explains why you are getting the "Duplicate Campaign Parameters" message from Google Analytics. However, your question also appears to be looking for where these campaign parameters are coming from. In the comments Pixl also pointed out that anybody could link to you with those parameters. Another possibility is that someone (accidentally or ...


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It only has one page and you have a bounce rate of 83%? Bounce rate means they only visited one page and then left. If it is only a page that should be 100%. Don't worry about bounce rate for a single page website.


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The article states: This feature will automatically filter all spiders and bots on the IAB/ABC International Spiders & Bots List from your data. The thing is not all spam bots make it to that list in time to be detected. At any point, the IP address of the spam bot can be changed as well as the user agent it identifies itself as, especially if ...


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It is okay to register a Google My Business account with the business owner's google account, or a google account you create for them on their behalf. This is the better solution for the business owner as well, because it gives them full control and access, and it avoids the business owner having to log in to your own account if they want to make changes. ...


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When you have multiple GA trackers on the page, you need to make sure that you assign a unique name to each tracker, so that whatever hits you send will be sent to the correct GA property. For example, if you send in an event hit and you haven't named your trackers, that event hit could potentially be sent to both properties because they have the same name ...


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It shouldn't cause a problem at all. I think you're applying human thinking to a computer problem. If the pages are different then analytics will treat them as separate chains of links. No issue whatsoever. Of course the actual issue is with someone looking at the different reports / goals in 6 months remember the differences, and report correctly back to ...


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This error can be caused by different teams of people using the campaign tagging system internally and not keeping a consistent naming convention. If that isn't the problem it can also be caused by third parties add UTM campaign parameters to links pointing to your site with common words with different casing. The best way to resolve this error would to ...


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You seem to mix two completely different things. You mention that you don't see the pages indexing in the Search console - but the code you give is the Analytics tracking code - which is completely unrelated to the Search Console. The fact that you messed up your Analytics tracking code will not have an effect on the indexing. That said - your analytics ...


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Another possible solution would to create a new view under your UA property with a filter that is configured as the following: Filter type: Predefined Include only | Traffic to the hostname | That Begin With then set your hostname using regular expression for your URI for example in your case will likely be ^/title/id/(.) You can read more about regular ...


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The easiest way to track traffic by source is Google Analytics is to use the "campaigns" feature. This requires that you put "utm" parameters on the landing page for each franchisee. Here is the page where you can build URLs with the correct parameters: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1033867?hl=en Then instead of ...


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I send the pageview on DOM ready. Assuming you mean on the DOMContentLoaded event, there's a problem all in itself. The tracking script is asynchronous and deferred, meaning that it purposely defers its loading (as to not block the rest of the webpage from loading) and isn't guaranteed to be fully complete when the DOMContentLoaded event fires. Try ...


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Segments aren't the best option here because they're designed to apply a set of conditions to all Sessions and/or all Users and subsequently segment that data from the entire dataset. What you're trying to do is just exclude a certain page (or set of pages) from the dataset, which is a bit different. For instance, when the filter is applied that excludes ...


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You can use regular expressions to specify your goal URLs. From https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1116091?hl=en#matchTypes Regular Expression Match—for matching on multiple criteria: A regular expression uses special characters to enable wildcard and flexible matching. This is useful when the stem, trailing parameters, or both, can vary ...


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With a little bit of care, you should be fine to keep the same property if it's a new website on the same domain. Some of the major areas to consider are: Implementation Issues: If your new website is heavily dependent on AJAX, you may need to establish Single Page Application Tracking. Event Tracking: You'll need to reconfigure any event tracking you ...


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No need to create a custom report. You can add a secondary dimension of "Time" → "Month of the year" to the "Behavior" → "Site Content" → "All Pages" report:



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