New answers tagged

2

Confidence threshold (or level) is a statistical term which, in a nut shell, denotes the confidence with which you can say that experiment A is better than experiment B. It denotes the statistical significance with which you can declare the winner. You can read more about it here - http://www.stat.yale.edu/Courses/1997-98/101/meancomp.htm To reach higher ...


0

We've just found out that using of parameter ni=1 in your link helps to not invoke session start. See https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/protocol/v1/parameters#ni


0

In your Google Analytics configuration, have you allowed manual UTM parameters to override auto-tagging? You can find this option in the Property settings.


0

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 ...


2

Unique pageviews per user will transcend sessions as opposed to your event which is per session. So if a user has two sessions and each one went to 3 unique pages they would fit in with your segment. Not only that but even if they went to the same 3 pages each time they are defined as unique based upon the session not user


1

The official Analytics documentation states "Sessions is incremented on, and associated with, the first hit of the session." Since you said you only track users who are logged in to your site, I imagine that is due to users who come to your site and still have to log in. The session metric is incremented when they hit your site. I guess after loging into ...


1

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 ...


0

Make sure you have Regex matching type selected, and enter as the destination: ^.*/contact-us/thanks\.aspx$ You can use real times conversions to check if it's working.


0

What is your purpose? Are you the owner? New web master? Please let us know. If you don't know the owner/manager, in short you will not get access to Google Analytics for the particular site(s) you have in mind. Also, you will not be able to obtain Google Analytics site owner information with the UA-id alone. The current Google Analytics owner must give ...


4

If by "parameters that Google Analytics uses to track Adwords clicks" you're referring to the GCLID, then as long as you have "auto-tagging" enabled, the GCLID will be automatically happened at the end of the ad URL. As you said, you need to make sure your redirect platform properly pass it along.


1

Just put /contact-us/thanks.aspx and it should work.


2

There's currently not a feature to request access, or to find a Google account from an ID. Google themselves can help with the latter but it's meant for reasons other than just wanting to be 'let in'.


0

These views can be found under Google Analytics > Content > Events > Top Events > Video / Seconds played. Play around with the 'Secondary dimension' dropdown. For a better visual view select the pie chart. If your site already uses or is planning to use Google Analytics it's good to view those statistics in the same place.


0

You could define a User scoped custom dimension called, for example, accountType, that gets set when the user logs in. Then you can create custom segments that breaks down your site usage based on that custom dimension.


0

I believe that to track on localhost, you could also set your trackers cookie domain to none (auto works, too, cf. https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookies-user-id#automatic_cookie_domain_configuration). Install GA Debugger for Chrome to make sure the hits are sent and also to see valuable debugging info. Edit (based ...


0

For anyone else out there struggling with display attribution, this is probably the best article I've read. It really helps understand the different attribution models, and how to create one based on your needs. Multi-Channel Attribution Modeling: The Good, Bad and Ugly Models


0

From my experience with this, it seems that Google Analytics e-commerce data includes shipping and/or sales tax.


0

Not got enough reputation to add this as a comment but following on from Adam Huffman's helpful answer above I tweaked this to append clientId using Tag Manager to force cross domain tracking to a 3rd party (Eventbrite) </script> // working for outbound eventbrite links on 11/05/2016 <script type="text/javascript"> // Set the domain/URL to ...


2

Create a custom report with pageviews as the metric and page as the dimension and set a filter for page contains /search?. This will give you the hits to each search result broken out by various combinations of URL parameters. Here is a screenshot that might help. You might want to set up site-search in the view settings and setting location as the ...


0

There are three things you have to do. 1. Track your product list click at your product list page /** * Binds click event on product detail page links at product list page. */ var bindProductListClickTracking = function() { jQuery('a.detail-link-track:not(.ga-click-bound)').on('click', function (e) { e.preventDefault(); var href = ...


1

Your two bullet points are a distinction without a difference. The bounce rate shown in Google Analytics is calculated by the users clicking back from a visit from Google. The actual effect of Bounce Rate on the SERPS is an unknown variable since Google doesn't release this info. I can tell you from personal, anecdotal experience that reducing my site's ...


0

Nothing you do in Google Analytics can effect search performance. It is an analytics program that reports what has already happened. Your filtering referrer spam in analytics only effects the reports you see. Nothing more.


0

Solution that matches your query exactly : http://www.lanevance.com/web/web-development/tracking-301-redirects-with-google-analytics You can set up a campaign Sample : www.domaina.com -> http://www.domainb.com/?utm_source=domainaredirect&utm_medium=&utm_campaign=301_Redirects Now you can track this traffic in referrals.


3

The most generalized way you can use to see user behavior for filters is : ga('send', { hitType: 'event', eventCategory: 'Filters', eventAction: '{{FilterName}} Set', // FilterName : Color, Price , Size eventLabel: '{{FilterValue}}' // FilterValue : Yellow, $200, L }); Also if you are tracking product impressions for enhanced ecommerce, you can ...


2

Here are the instructions to view IP addresses in Google Analytics. Add the following code to your pages, before the traditional Google Analytics code: <?php if (!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'])) { $ip=$_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'];} elseif (!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'])) { $ip=$_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'];} else { ...


2

You could create a segment based on the resolution and regex the hell out of it. Here is a segment for 400-450x(any height) https://analytics.google.com/analytics/web/template?uid=6YuJbBJzQA2uOuBXuqvWjA it's based on the regex ^4[0-5][0-9]x.* for the Screen Resolution dimension for more info about numeric ranges in RegEx have a look at ...


0

As @nyuen mentioned, only one conversion per session is accepted, however the realtime view will report goal hits, not conversions. Refreshing the page will cause the goal to be hit again, increasing the goal hits metric. When the data is processed (i.e. a few hours later in the regular conversions report) you should only see one goal conversion. The ...



Top 50 recent answers are included