We have two websites 1: (www.a-example.com) = old site 2: (www.b-example.com) = new site
We manage an old site and tracking performance through GA. The new site has created by some other agency and they will deployed adobe analytics tracking code and will take care of everything.
The client wants to know how many people have redirected from the old site (www.a-example.com) to the new site (www.b-example.com)
We’ve been asked to keep the old website live for at least 2-3 months. With that said, the client is wondering if it’s possible to track the # of users still visiting from the old website link?
I am wondering if there is a way to track the redirects traffic in Google Analytics that helps to show that users are still visiting from the old website link.
FYI, none of the links have UTM tagging. Another thing to note, we do not have access to their Adobe Analytics.
Does anyone think that "Referral Path" in Google Analytics can help with this? I am looking for the ideas whether we can even track the above request or not, Any help will be highly appreciated
Thanks in advance! Anil