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I use the solution of adding UTM parameters to the redirects. It is the only thing that I've found that works well with Google Analytics. When somebody visits my example.net domain they get redirected to: http://example.com/?utm_campaign=domainnames&utm_medium=domain&utm_source=example.net Then I can get a "campaign" report in Google Analytics ...


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One hit per second for tracking purposes would be reasonable. Google Analytics is a good case study for it. Google Analytics has "events" that you can grammatically send via JavaScript and would allow Google Analytics to track user actions such as start and stop. You could also send "continuing to play" events every minute of audio. From their ...


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Google does not use Google Analytics for the purpose of choosing which ads to show. Google AdSense ads set their own third party cookies. Google tracks users across multiple domains with cookies set by ads, not with cookies set by Google Analytics.



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