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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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You can track that through Google Analytics. You would need to "tag" all the URLs in your emails with tracking parameters using the Google Analytics URL Builder. Then Google Analytics would show you a campaign report similar to this: (image source) Here is an article that has best practices for email newsletter tracking with Google Analytics with ...


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Although google has this data, I am not sure if their ga.js google analytical JavaScript is capturing this information. the web browser must have JavaScript turned on to execute the Ga.js the referrer web site must be passed on... Sometimes security software may strip this out natural traffic: we assume much traffic comes from google, but it may come from ...


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As well as the GA Debug Chrome Extension, there is another extension by Google called Tag Assistant. This will check your installation of the GA code on your page and will let you know if there are any issues or errors with the current tag.


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There is a Chrome Extension called GA Debug which is useful for seeing what tags are being fired on your website. Install that extension, right click the page and 'Inspect element', go to the 'console' tab and then navigate to the pages you are interested in. If your tags are firing, they'll appear in the output below. As I mentioned in the comment, ...


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Google Analytics is not sufficient for your use case. Your system doesn't have real time access to the data collected by Google Analytics for a particular user. Because of this, you can't use Google analytics data to change what is later displayed on the site to the user. You may want to use Google Analytics to track which products get viewed on your ...


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It can't be done in the Google Analytics admin panel, but it can be done programmatically by your server. You can put some extra JavaScript in your snippet to send Analytics the full campaign info based on your shortened form. Here is how it might look if you use PHP with Universal analytics: ...


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I second dm-guy that Google Analytics campaigns is the best way to track this. If your referral code determines the content of the site, you will still have to cookie it yourself: With Universal analytics the campaign information is stored on Google's servers rather than directly in the cookies, so you can't access it to change the page. You will still ...


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You can use UTM query string parameters and assign each of them to a different campaign, which will mark the affiliate. On GA you will be able to analyze the traffic according to this specific campaign and see how many converted. For example, you can do: ...



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