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Google Analytics is a free web analytics solution provided by Google, featuring several client-side APIs, as well as REST APIs for Data Export and for Management.

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I would create a new View under the same Property and apply a Filter to only include that sub domain. In your Google Analytics Account: 1) Click on Admin button - Make sure that the right property i …
answered Feb 12 '15 by dasickle
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We are working with an events management & registration vendor that handles all events related items for a big conference (20k attendees). The actual registration process, including the payment, happ …
asked Feb 21 '17 by dasickle
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Referral traffic and organic traffic are different channels so it should be fine. If you want to make sure that Google attributes the traffic to the right channel you can set that up by going to: Adm …
answered Nov 2 '16 by dasickle
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You can create a separate view for each group and only give them access to that view. Assuming you only want them to have access to the stats on content that they post you will need to filter those vi …
answered Mar 26 '15 by dasickle
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While there is no way to do this in Google Analytics, there are a few easy steps you can take if you are just looking to visualize your data on more then two ranges: 1) Export Month/Week data from GA …
answered Dec 15 '15 by dasickle
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I am about to setup cross-domain tracking to connect 3 different domains. Domain #1 - Primary Informational Domain Domain #2 - eCommerce for the primary domain Domain #3 - User portal for the pri …
asked Feb 23 '17 by dasickle
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If you use Google Tag Manager then you can capture the value of the URL fragment and then match it with your Lookup Table macro. This is a much more efficient way of doing this. 1) Create a new Macro …
answered Jan 7 '15 by dasickle
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I would create a new view just for mobile traffic. It will allow you to analyze your mobile traffic in a number of ways. Here are the steps: 1) Go to Admin in Google Analytics. Make sure that the cor …
answered Apr 6 '15 by dasickle
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The way you have it setup right now will not work. Google Analytics JS code will not send the tracking hit (__utm.gif) to the GA servers. There are a few options you might want to try: Use an IP ad …
answered May 21 '15 by dasickle
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I want to track user sign up using Google Analytics (not universal). Below is the step-by-step process: 1) User enters email 1a. if email record found they get redirected to repopulated form 1b. i …
asked Aug 4 '14 by dasickle
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You can't do it via Google Analytics. However, you can setup your GA account so that each user is assigned a User-ID so that you can track each user with more detail if thats what you are looking to d …
answered Feb 17 '15 by dasickle
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I have a client who is working with a YouTube celebrity on selling a product (via WooCommerce). Links to the product will show up in the youtube videos and if the sale is made based on that visit then …
asked Nov 14 '16 by dasickle
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You should create a separate View for just desktop visits and create two filter to exclude mobile and tablet visits. Create A New View: Go to Admin -> View -> Create New View -> Name it - Desktop O …
answered Aug 5 '14 by dasickle
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Why not take advantage of the new Cohort Analysis (Audience -> Cohort Analysis) in Google Analytics? It will generate a report that looks like this: Great way to track user retention. Just select i …
answered Apr 20 '15 by dasickle
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I have a site that has cross-domain tracking setup on it for 4 domains. 2 of those are subdomains from one domain. I have been trying to setup a filter for a view that only includes traffic from those …
asked Mar 24 '17 by dasickle

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