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It would be helpful: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/gajs/gaTrackingSite?hl=pl#domainSubDomains If I understood well, it is your case


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Changes in GA settings (e.g. search term exclusion) does not affect a historical data. Searches for brand terms does not appear since the exclusion (try to change viewed time period)


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Google Analytics does not separate out major and minor versions of browsers or OS as dimensions. This means that You cannot produce your desired report from within Google Analytics. If I click into the iOS operating system report, I can get it graphed like this: As you point out, that pie chart has multiple slices for iOS 8. The only recourse is to ...


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The best thing to do is to get the client to use the Administration › User Management settings in order to grant you access to the current account via your own Google Account. They can grant you full access. There's no need to actually start using a new account. This way you won't loose historic data for the site.


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Try to check: a) is there any change in new users/recent users structure? b) make an histogram to identify is change in pageviews per session was caused by churn of most valueable users or not? c) which article is most popular as an entrance page? is it changed last time? That steps could answer is it a change caused by Panda update, your site navigation ...


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You can sort the "Hostname" column by clicking on it. This action would group your pages by the Hostname.


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The "xxxxx" is the number of unique pages of your site. Each row in the Behaviour > Site Content > All pages report corresponds to a different page that was viewed on your site. So if you want to see the pages that were viewed within a certain time period, that is where you would find it. You can adjust the time period in the upper right corner.


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"Count of Sessions" is "The number of visitors with X sessions during this time period". You have far more than 123,649 users during the specified time. You had 123,649 users that visited exactly once (one session) in this time period. You had 2,419 users who visited the site exactly 8 times. To get the number of visitor who visited more than 8 ...


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Make sure that you have perfectly copied the code as place in the required areas.See if you are using WordPress use a plugin like Google analytics and directory you can authenticate with that and for blogger you can directly place tracking code like UA-xxxxxxx in Blogger dashboard>settings>other>google analytics. And please note it takes nearly ...


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It's worth checking under Admin -> Property Settings in GA that the default URL is actually the same as the URL of the domain the tracking code is installed on. I know in the past I've put a placeholder URL in here before launching a site, forgot to change it on launch, and then GA reports no tracking code installed, because there isn't one at the URL ...


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Google analytics has a feature for this called "Exclude URL Query Parameters". From their help document: Exclude URL Query Parameters: Any query parameters or unique session IDs (e.g., sessionid or vid) that appear in your URLs that you do not want to see in your reports. Enter as a comma-separated list. This setting is case sensitive. There is a ...


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This coincides with recent Panda update releases. If you did not bring major modifications to your site, this could explain that. Give it another week or two and if you don't see more changes, then there is no need to worry.


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This is from: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2795830?hl=en. In particular, to answer your question, I've bolded a specific sentence. How excluding referral traffic affects your data By default, a referral automatically triggers a new session. When you exclude a referral source, traffic that arrives to your site from the excluded ...


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I was able to accomplish this using advanced segments instead of a filter. Google Analytics Separating Tablet and Mobile Traffic has an answer from chsweb that gives an example of doing so: To separate Tablet traffic from your site's Mobile traffic, you need to create a new "Advanced Segment." Log in to Google Analytics Go to the customer ...


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This is what I would do: Create a Goal. Set the Goal Type to destination. Put the URL for the thank you/confirmation page for the free trial as the destination. Enable Conversion funnel. Put the URL for the Download E-book success/confirmation page as the 1st step. Here is a pic of what I would do:


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Adwords conversion tracking tracks conversions of Adwords, that can be seen on the Adwords platform. But it doesn't mean that you don't want to see these goals on Google Analytics as well. Anyhow, In your case you indeed have to use Google Analytics and track conversions as goals, and those will get conversion of visitors from Adwords as well as of any other ...


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"(not provided)" prevents Google Analytics search term exclusion from working properly. When the keyword is "(not provided)", Google Analytics has no idea whether it should be excluded or not. All that Google Webmaster Tools data provides is the impression and click history for a search term in aggregate. It doesn't provide information to Google Analytics ...


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When logged onto Google Analytics, go to the Admin page. In the middle column under PROPERTY, click the drop down box and click Create New Property at the bottom. This will allow you to add a new website/domain and track it from within your account.


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It turned out to be "Social Content URL Prefix", which is under Admin - Property - Social Settings. We entered a few social URLs, e.g. twitter, facebook, etc. This setting states "by entering one or more prefixes ... will only get social activities against those domains". We didn't enter our main domain, which caused all social activities against our domain ...


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You can also implement GTM with the same data layer name. I recommend using Google tag assistant for Chrome.


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Could your app developers check for connectivity on a page like "testconn.php" instead of "/". That way you can just exclude that page from your reports. You can filter if the hits are coming from the same host/network/provider, IP address/IP range or maybe a unique browser version. If you can find a common factor in these then you can filter it this way.


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Doubleclick appears when you use the demographics feature (ie. ga('require','displayfeatures')).


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I had a similar issue -- in my case it turned out that my logged-out homepage was using a different header file than the rest of the site, and I did not have the GA tracking code in the logged-out homepage header. I never noticed because the sole purpose of the logged-out homepage is to get people to log in, e.g. nobody uses it for anything interesting. ...


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There is a drop down on the Audience Overview report that can be used to change the metric that is plotted. Simply use the drop down menu to change the metric to anything you desire including "Avg Session Duration":


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If you use jquery infinitescroll plugin to do paging, just try as below: $('.selector').infinitescroll({ // other options dataType: 'json', appendCallback: false, nextSelector: '.page-nav:last a', }, function(json, opts) { ga('send', 'pageview', $('.page-nav:last a').attr('href')); // Do something with JSON data, create DOM elements, etc .. }); ...


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Google Analytics uses a JavaScript snippet to do all the tracking. No JavaScript runs on redirect requests. That means that Google Analytics can't track redirects directly. There are two approaches I use for this type of tracking: Campaigns If these redirects are tracking clicks from other sites, then you probably want to use Google Analytics campaign ...


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For data from the last 30 minutes, you have to use the real time reporting API. Google Analytics defines real time as 30 minutes, so that would exactly match your requirements. The real time API supports querying rt:pageviews which is the specific metric you are looking for.


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You will not be able to merge your historical data from multiple GA properties. What you can do in the future is use the same exact GA code on multiple sites to 'merge the data'. If you take this route and later want to view your data on a per domain basis: you will either need to write your own custom filters to be able to filter out your data by domain ...


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If you change how events are reported to Google Analytics it will not cause historical data to change. You will always be able to query the historical data is it has been reported. If you change the "category" or "action" of any event going forward, then you may have to maintain two sets of reports -- one for historical data, and one for data from the ...


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No, unfortunately it's not literally 100,000 different people. More accurately, it's 100,000 different cookie values. A user can visit your site for the very first time and be counted with a first unique visit, but if they clear their cookies, or log in from a different computer, or do private browsing, then a subsequent visit would be "unique" again. So ...


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You need to click "Edit" and then add a site to Webmaster tools. The Save button is just to save the Property settings.


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Not sure you can do it historically, but for the future, I think if you just use the same embedded code on each site it will do that. I discovered this by accident :P


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Analytics events can be found in your standard reports under Behavior > Events.


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@Stephen Ostermiller 's answer is correct. If I could suggest something that might make things a little easier. Using Google Tag Manager you can automate the process and it will also give you more flexibility. Check out this article on UTM Campaign Parameters from LunaMetrics. This will save you a lot of time.


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I am not aware of any mainstream tracking platforms that will track minors. The only few solutions I could think of are: 1) Make users sign up for something and ask for their age. Something Like a user profile. 2) Do surveys on your site that ask that question. You can do a standard survey or you can do something like pop-up lightboxes with a question. Be ...


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Short Answer is no. The answer provided by @zigojack will work. Thing is, is it worth going through all the trouble? In-Page analytics is there for convenience and at times can be misleading. You have a wealth of information inside your GA account so I would just use that.



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