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You will need to login to GA and then go to the website that you need to look up the data for and then on the left hand side menu there is something called Acquisition from the click on All Referrals. That will show you were the traffic came from.


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Use Analytics events. More docs here: Event Tracking - Web Tracking (analytics.js)


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My guess is that you were added as a "restricted" or "full" user and don't have the ability to link to a Analytics account. Only "owner" level users in GWT have permissions to link to an Analytics account. When I am a site owner, I have the option in the manage dropdown to link to analytics as well as an option to manage other users: Google has ...


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if google fetches your site, it doesnt count as a hit. Ergo, they crawl your site, test the pagespeeds (and all the other things they do) without a visitor actually being there. They combine this info with Google Analytics ét voilá.


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I'm very glad that they are correcting this bug. We've noticed that for quite a while. Our visit counts are often inflated in the morning and then fall later in the day. It will be nice not to have to deal with the problem anymore once it is fixed.


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I think " Universal properties created prior to December 2013 may temporarily report doubled Visits counts between the hours of 0500-0800 in the View timezone" and that "This issue corrects itself automatically. We are working on a fix to address this issue as soon as possible."


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Enable logging of your visitors in your site , and check whether they are coming from different ipaddress or same. If they are not from same IP then most probably they are genuine traffic


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Got that too. Yes it may show double the visitor count Just ignore it. if your site is e-commerce site, then go for revenue not the visitor count.


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Conversions shown in AdWords are just those visitors that have converted on your website via clicking on one of your ads in Google, yes. It is possible to do what you want with Google Analytics goals though but you should create a new question for this with more details as to exactly what you're wanting to do and track.


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If it is natural, then no issues. But Bounce rate should not exceed 40% and above.


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There is some argument about how bounce rate is measured. Google has even changed how it looks at bounce rates by adjusting how it views a visit through the years. In short, Google says that the bounce rate is the rate where a user has left your site from the entrance page. This page seems to explain some of what Google sees as a visitor: ...


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I am not a Google Analytics guy but I did go to the page you cited. Yes. This feature requires Universal Analytics. As well, from what I can imagine, this allows you to focus referrals to just external referrals - that is referrals from other sites. This allows you to see where your referral traffic is coming from.


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GA's Social Analytics are specifically defined, however you can change these and create your own as outlined here https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/3196909#channeledit Also, you don't mention it but you should have a Facebook Conversion Pixel implemented on your landing page.


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Found the answer just by clicking around the Google Analytics admin menus. Go to Admin, in the Account column (on the left) click on All Filters, click the red button labelled + NEW FILTER, select Exclude > traffic from the ISP domain > that contain, and then enter the unwanted domain: example.com. Choose which views you want to apply it to (I chose all of ...


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Segment page views in the GA overview are NOT limited to the page in your segment. Rather, the overview shows the total number of pages seen by visits matching your segment. So the bigger PV numbers show how many pages were viewed across your website by people who, in any visit, went to a page with the /em/. Larger problem is that your overview example ...


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Make custom Reports with recently released Google Docs Add-On for Google Analytics more here. No need to learn Apps Scripts. If you need more robust solution to integrate with your app use Google Reporting API devguide


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On web view Google Analytics is showing unique visitors over that date period. So if you chose one month, it will show you yjr unique visitors who came over that whole month. However on export it shows you unique visitors per day. The same visitors who came each day will be counted as separate unique visitors on the export but will be counted as one unique ...


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The problem is due to the range(s) you are using. On a single day, you may have 10 unique visitors. The next day you may have 10 unique visitors again, but 8 of them came back from yesterday. So in this case, if you range is 1 day, then each day had 10 unique visitors. If your range is 2 days, then you only have 12 unique visitors since day 2 had 8 return ...


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Using UTM parameters is a great way to get the data to pass onto Google Analytics. You can even use the Google Help URL Builder to do this: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1033867?hl=en-GB I believe that the Social tab on Google Analytics is only for Unpaid Social. If you want to track all Social then use UTM parameters as linked above.


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Yep, ISP stands for Internet Service Provider - they are the same :) x


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Yes, this is quite simple to achieve in Google Analytics... From your 'Reporting' tab in GA:- Set your time period. Navigate to Behaviour > Site Content > Landing Pages Click on 'Bounce Rate' to sort by those pages with the highest bounce rate.


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Okay so the first thing to make clear here is that you're using the Google Analytics URL Builder to add campaign parameters. And you're correct, you're confused by the terminology used... Source: The source sending the traffic via the URL. Medium: What type of traffic is it. Term: A term that identifies the specifics of the type of traffic. Content: ...


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If you are looking to see how much a page contributes to a sale and figuring out its value, look at the Page value metric under the Behaviour -> Site Content -> All pages report. You can read more about the page value metric here. Also, I would recommend that you create a segment based on the campaigns you wrote about and looking at how that contributes ...


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Why not multiply the average by the number of times it occurred? Granted GA samples data but this is a simple mathematical operation that could be handled programmatically in a spreadsheet...not to mention manually in 10 seconds.


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I thought Google's documentation gave pretty good insight as to what the social interactions in Google Analytics does. In short, you can implement social interactions to measure the sharing of content on your website to social networks such as Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and suchlike. You can then use the data reported in Acquisition, Social as ...


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You can install multiple instances of the Google Analytics tracking code on your web pages to send data to multiple properties in your account. Not all configurations are supported. You can, for example, install multiple instances of the Universal Analytics tracking code (analytics.js) on your web pages but only one instance of the Classic Analytics code ...


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The landing page is the page which the person first visits your site on the chat. The next page is the page they go after they visited in that session. Each visit is recorded as a "session". If that member comes back using the homepage with another session, then the homepage will be their landing page and the next page after that is what they go to.


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Based on the pageviews metric, it looks like all traffic is getting lumped into a single page. I get the same behavior as you, unless I use "Landing Page" as the main dimension and pageviews as the metric. Then after running the report, use the "Secondary Dimension" drop down and add "next page path" as the secondary dimension. Once you do that it breaks ...


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Unfortunately it looks like for the moment Google Analytics does not support Adsense for Search: Google Analytics only records data for AdSense content ad units, and doesn't include link units, search boxes, mobile ads, or any other AdSense products.


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There is a lot of misinformation and confusion in the previous answers to this question - partly caused by lack of clarity on the part of Google - and none of the previous answers is correct. To clarify two points: - contrary to what Zistoloen states, neither 'visitors' nor 'unique visitors' has any relation to whether the person has visited the site ...


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By default, I believe Google Analytics' cookie configuration would track each visit on each device, from the same user, as separate visits but with a few modifications to your tracking code, you can effectively measure cross-device... Upgrade to Universal tracking in GA if you haven't already done so. Add an if statement to check if current visitor is ...


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Looks like some kind of torrent related scanning script. If your site is using a custom 404 page like the one used by Wordpress and many other CMS's than any wrong address would produce a 404 "valid" analytics page. i can type example.com/adsfsd and it would show up in analytics. Sort your pages in analytics by page title and see if they include the title of ...


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I think I am facing a similar issue. Since we have upgraded to UA, the Translate events have reduced significantly. Anyone have any luck with this ?



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