The requirement is to track redirects to the new domain from the old one using the GA of the old website.
Here is an outline of a possible solution.
Important: The redirect has to be done using a handler script on the server-side of the old domain. The primary function of the script will be redirecting a request to the old domain to the corresponding URL in ...
If you are using Universal Analytics, add the third-party domain to the GA Property's Referral Exclusion List.
This is the same method that is used for payment gateways such as Paypal to prevent transactions from being attributed to Paypal instead of the original source/medium or campaign:
Keep in ...
Assuming that setting the URL of your PDF to "private" means that URL now returns 404 "not found", then your PDF should eventually leave search results, but this could take a little while.
If you want to go ahead and get it out of the results you should use Google Search Console, and request removal. Instructions here: https://support....
It seems to be fine now. Maybe try clearing your browser cache if you are still seeing the warning.
It is only showing 1 pageview and 1 event and no "Same Web Property ID is tracked twice" warning
Screencast of Tag Assistant when I checked site:
Not sure if this will work as I don't have a setup to test it on atm.
In the Web Data Stream Settings, try adding the cd parameter name in the GA4 Site Search settings in the Additional Query Parameters field
What you can do is the following:
You can create a one-page blog on Blogger.
Add your well-formatted resume to the HTML page.
Copy your PDF to Google Drive and share it properly.
Add a printer friendly version link to the top of your page and link it to your Google Drive.
Configure Google Analytics properly
Finally add the Google Analytics related JS to ...
Google Analytics tag is still visible in Google Tag assistant. Have a look at the Tag settings and remove the Analytics tag.
If it's a WordPress website this might help: https://smallbusiness.chron.com/make-wordpress-quit-inserting-paragraph-tags-28869.html
Basically, you'd have a listener on the category page that intercepts any click on the elements you're testing. It would then trigger a custom PageView in Analytics, with the relevant title ...