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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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You cannot apply a filter to historical data. All filters in Google Analytics are applied only to data forward.
answered Mar 6 '15 by eduardocereto
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Dashboard filters are more like report filters on other reports and are different than custom segments. The filters are applied on the resulting data while the segment is applied in the raw data prio …
answered Oct 5 '12 by eduardocereto
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If in the 6 months he visits your site as a direct visit and buy than this conversion will be attributed to the previous campaign. A Direct visits never overrides a previous visit. If he comes back t …
answered Jun 18 '12 by eduardocereto
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Google Analytics reports are not realtime. Even though you were seeing your reports at 10pm it doesn't mean all hits up to 10pm had been processed at that time. The more traffic you get the longer it …
answered Jun 24 '13 by eduardocereto
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You need to setup it to work for cross domain and subdomains. Use this one for site A.com _gaq.push( ['t0._setAccount', 'UA-XXXXXX-1'], // full network ['t0._setAllowLinker', true], ['t …
answered Oct 5 '12 by eduardocereto
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There's no equivalent to MCC in Google analytics. You must link each adWords account individually to each analytics profile you want. If the client doesn't have a Google it's their responsability to …
answered Feb 22 '12 by eduardocereto
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Google Analytics doesn't use canonical urls by default. From Google Analytics perspective those are two different pages. If that parement doesn't affect the page at all and you want to ignore it for …
answered Oct 19 '12 by eduardocereto
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I'm not sure why Google analytics doesn't expose this through the interface. But you can get the ga:adwordsCreativeId via API, that later can be used with the AdWords API to extract the ad text. http …
answered Sep 5 '11 by eduardocereto
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I see that there are many ways to configure a GA tracking code, e.g. "a single domain" vs. "multiple top level domains". But it is not clear to me how to set this up. The single/multiple doma …
answered Oct 5 '12 by eduardocereto
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From Google Analytics perspective it makes no difference if you use _blank or not. Google Analytics will still see 2 pageviews in any case. If the link goes away from your site then _blank could eve …
answered Feb 14 '13 by eduardocereto
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Not in that exact report. But you can do that creating a custom segment. For example the following custom segment will give you visits with duration between 2 and 5.
answered Oct 26 '12 by eduardocereto
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The most common approach is to have a single Web Property for the whole site and different profiles. One for everything and one for each specific part of the site. Note that depending on the data you …
answered Jan 22 '13 by eduardocereto