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I will start with the caveat that I know the Google Analytics / Google Tag Manager end of things, but am not familiar with Google Ads. However, there are only 4 types of goals in GA and only two of them can be adapted to multiple situations. The first option is a Destination goal. You would need to be able to add a URL query parameter to the pageload after ...


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You can create a "bundle" of segments and share it with the collaborators. Go to the Audience > Overview report in one of the Views that has the segments available. Click +Add Segment at the top of the report, as if to apply a segment. When the segment options open up, click the Share segments button (2nd button to the right of the red +NEW SEGMENT button)...


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Set the first value (the variable) to Click Element rather than Click Classes. I'm not sure why they designed it like that. It seems pretty unintuitive.


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There are several options to get analytics data to Affiliate without giving them access to the GA account at all, and based on your list of the data they are interested in, it sounds like such a solution could work. The options vary in level of detail as well as setup time and need for technical resources, so hopefully something suits. Custom dashboard with ...


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In Google Analytics you have multiple ways to see your organic landing pages the most easy/needed ones are: Go to: Acquisition > Channels > "Organic" + Second Dimension "Landing Pages" Use the "Organic" segment and go to: Behaviour > Site Content > Landing Pages Go to Behaviour > Site Content > Landing Pages + Second Dimension "Source" + Filter for Organic ...


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Wow... thats a lot of categories! But this is a nice mix you could go with: The top level categories Below the sub-categories with most demand (based on general demand and onpage demand) Use some high converting categories Use categories which need some more SEO boost to get more traffic and sales (as main navigation entries count as very important for ...


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I found it finally in google analytics. Behavior -> Publisher -> Publisher Pages. Here is a report on impressions, clicks etc and also earning per page.


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I asked the same question in Google Search Console Community. Here is the right answer link: https://support.google.com/webmasters/thread/31440703?hl=en&msgid=31459111 All I need to do is: Create a new property in Google Search Console with https://example.com then de-link the example.com domain property from Google Analytics and again link the new ...


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