Our website is insynchq.com. In the All Pages report under Content -> Site Content we can only see data for some our pages, like /, /getstarted, and /download. Others, like /gmail, /about, and /mobile are not shown, even if we are sure that there have been visits to them. We use a template for our pages so the scripts that are loaded for / (for example) should also be loaded for /gmail, so it doesn't seem to be a problem with the installation of the tracking code. Can anyone help? Thanks.
We were finally able to resolve the problem. Turns out our programmer misplaced the _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); in the untracked pages.
It's a bit difficult to say which one of the following might be the cause:
- The scripts that you include before google analytics tracking code, might be the cause.
- Google specifically ask users to: "Copy the following code, then paste it onto every page you want to track immediately before the closing tag." - you add JS code after google-analytics tracking code, before the closing of
- JS code supposed to be declared as
- From google-analytics:
If you're using PHP put the tracking code in a file (for example, analyticstracking.php) and upload it to your site. Then add the following line to each template page immediately after the opening <body> tag: <?php include_once("analyticstracking.php") ?>
- You're calling https://d2t3ff60b2tol4.cloudfront.net/c/z/orQDXd/gz/jquery.min.js is it a trusted/valid source ? personally I like to use: http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.7.1/jquery.min.js
- Are you using a profile filter with your SEO friendly URLs ?