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As far as advantages to URL parameters to referrer tracking there are two major ones: (As you mention) -- Referrers are disabled in a small number of clients. Referrers only tell you which page a person came from, but not which part of the page. URL parameters can enable much finer grain tracking. Which section did the user click on? Which link was ...
This URL parameters are mainly used to Dynamic websites and shopping websites. This URL parameters are used to access the total data on the database which are related to that URL parameter. Better to use this option under web developer.. Log on to the Google webmaster tools On the Dashboard, under Crawl, click URL Parameters. Click the Edit button next to ...
Why not just set it up as an event and then track the event. It will appear in the Events section of your Google Analytics profile and you can also set up a goal based on that event. You can create the event here.
If you're looking for complete Apache referer_log analysis, you will have to use your tools rather than what Google provides you. I think they are trying to provide you a distilled version of referrals which will provide a good but incomplete picture. The answer to your question is in a blog post from Google: The relevant passage is: we're showing a ...
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