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This is directly from Amazon Associates, the short answer is no you cannot track Amazon sales as conversions in Google Analytics. The Amazon Associates reports will only reflect clicks that result in a session being created. This means the customer must click though your Associates link and the Amazon.com site must load. Many third party tracking ...


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The previous answer is wrong - in standard reports Google Analytics uses last non-direct click attribution. "The Last Non-Direct Click model ignores direct traffic and attributes 100% of the conversion value to the last channel that the customer clicked through from before buying or converting. Analytics uses this model by default when attributing ...


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This is what me and the team here at work use when bringing MS Word content to HTML: http://word2cleanhtml.com/ We check all the boxes, paste the code, then convert. I hope that helps.


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There are few steps to convert WordPress site to HTTPS. Take a full backup of your DB and website files. In WP admin > Settings: Change to HTTPS under WordPress Address and Site Address. .htaccess: Do required changes to redirect front-end to https. Images Path: You may need to change some images path. You can open full db in text file and replace http://...


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I figured it out. What happens is that users who are not logged in yet get redirected to the sign in page and the GA code doesn't get executed until after they are redirected back after they login. So the login page gets a new client id. The solution I came up with was to tweak with the redirection logic (devise) and to pass the _ga parameter to the login ...


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According to the following article "Screen Resolution=(not set)" means that there was no information regarding the visitor's screen resolution saved: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2820717?hl=en Looking at your data for all aggregated visitors, or removing the visitors from which the screen resolution is unknown, is basically looking at ...


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I think the best solution for this would be using a WYSIWYG editor. TinyMCE, for example, it's a good one - although i suspect you might need a standalone one. The usage would be similar to any word-like program, but the output would be straight HTML. Also, have you tried other word-like programs, as OpenOffice or LibreOffice? The HTML it's not great, as it ...


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Assisted Conversions Assuming your Adwords account is connected to a Google Analytics property you can find this information on the 'Assisted Conversions' section of Analytics. Conversions > Multi-Channel Funnels > Assisted Conversions Near the top of the page you'll see a button which allows you to see data relating to all your traffic, or just your ...


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In order to get a conversion from Adwords is required an initial click, so, the answer to your question is that there will be no problem at all. On Facebook, you can see all the conversions for all the traffic sources, although the only ones associated to a campaign will be the ones that come from a click on the ad.


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This depends on where you are looking for the goal conversions. If you look at Conversions > Goals > Goal URLs, all conversions will be attributed to the home page since that's where they literally occurred. However, if you go to Behavior > Site Content > Landing Pages, you should see conversions attributed to the blog pages -- after a quick change to the ...


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Using wget (use -r for download recursive) and htmldoc for convert html tree to pdf. apt-get install htmldoc


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If I understand your question correctly, you wish to convert HTML pages on your site to a single PDF file. I guess the total HTML files are around 20. So rather than use a tool, you can manually open the pages in Chrome, choose the Print option & "Save as PDF". If you want to merge them into a single PDF, you can use one of the many free online or ...


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In short - no. With regards to on-page SEO, the markup of the site and the url structure are fundamentally important to increasing organic traffic. Unless you can find a way to optimise the pages, i fear your efforts may be in vain.


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You can perform split testing with any volume of website traffic, but in order to identify whether any increases in conversion rate are statistically significant (as opposed to being down to chance) you would need to run the test for longer than you would for a site with higher traffic. There are numerous sites that will calculate whether the results of ...


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I do not know of Google Tag Manager per se, but a split test is generally an equivalent to a hidden 301. So behind the scene, when someone goes to your page, say http://www.example.com/GTMPage/, then the server decides to show data A or data B. A would be your existing page. B would be a refined version of the page. In effect, in this case you send the ...


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The validation conversion rate is just a "prediction", but when you see you actual conversion rate it is 0 because the goal hasn't taken effect yet. You will need to wait a day for conversion rates to be non-zero, assuming you get actual conversion until then. Goals are not retroactive either.


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First some Google Analytics terms: Campaigns - The source of paid traffic (such as PPC). Goals - Conversion events To get Google Analytics to attribute conversions to your PPC traffic you need to configure Google Analytics for both campaigns and goals. Campaigns Use the Google Analytics URL builder to build inbound URLs for all your paid traffic. "...


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You can do this with data segmentation in Google Analytics. Go to +Add New Segement and select paid customers, then browse under the behaviour path for the funnels. You can customise segments as well based on other criteria to get more insights. However, this would just be broad overview for segmented paid traffic. The real useful data comes from ...


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I found the solution to the problem myself and I would like to post the answer in here just in case someone goes through the same struggle. Basically the Goal value did not match the value in the function. The Goals configuration page looked like this I noticed the message under the "Use the Event value as the Goal value for the conversion" (Answered "YES"...


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This is a good question and I'm not going to be able to explain it as well as some other users who might comment later but I'll let you know what I know. As you might know Analytics and Adwords are separate and the data they record is different. Adwords code is different because its more cookie orientated - following the user based of the gclid of the ad ...


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Like Google, Facebook adjusts its ad prices on a "quality score" that includes click through rate as a major factor. Here is a site that explains it: The click-through rate in itself is another factor that has impact on the Facebook ad prices. The higher CTR you can achieve, the greater chance you have of winning auctions. In an auction, Facebook’...


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The only way to do A/B testing without affecting SEO traffic is redirecting users and search bots to a different temporary URL that have the changes on. On these test URLs you would have a canonical tag pointing back to the usual URL for these pages, so they won't get indexed in Google as duplicate pages, and you would use a 302 redirect so that tells ...


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In Google Analytics, outside the Attribution and Multi-Channel Funnel reports, by default the conversion is attributed to the last non-direct source/medium/channel. So in this case the sale will be attributed to organic in the non-MCF reports (e.g. Acquisition -> All Traffic -> Channels). It is possible to check this relatively easily if you have the ...


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From my experience, a single Facebook conversion tracking pixel works fine to measure the performance of multiple ads. In case you don't trust this answer, feel free to create a conversion pixel for each ad. Don't forget to connect the pixel to the ad. When you are using for instance Google Tag Manager, it's easy to add/remove conversion pixels


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I think you should use other tracking codes for the app and the site you could create a filtered views for app and website - make life easier to track which signup is from app, you could add a dimension e.g. Mobile Device Info (ga:mobileDeviceInfo), app version (ga:appVersion)


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There is no need for a custom report as suggested by that answer on StackOverflow. There is a report that does exactly what you want: In the left hand list of reports, navigate to: Acquisition Keywords Paid This report lists your keywords. By default it shows 10 but you can use the "Show rows" drop down to show up to 5000 of them at a time. Your goal ...


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It is not possible to link 2 Analytics accounts. The only two possible connections are with Adwords and Webmaster Tools. What you can do to solve your problem is to have 2 tracking's in one website, and this way you can have everything within the same account: Documentation here -> https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1032400?hl=en


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The answer is yes, you paste the Baidu conversion snippet onto page 2 for both versions because Baidu needs to know where the conversion comes from in order to properly notify the system. I've never used the Baidu tracking, but this is how normal tracking system work.


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Below is normal snippet (function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){i['GoogleAnalyticsObject']=r;i[r]=i[r]||function(){ (i[r].q=i[r].q||[]).push(arguments)},i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o), m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m) })(window,document,'script','//www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js','ga'); ga('create', '...


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