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It could be due to the antivirus software you have installed. To confirm whether that's the reason, disable the antivirus for a minute or so and run Google analytics. If the desired page loads up, white list the Google Analytics domain in the antivirus settings.


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Domain properties can't connect with GA for the moment. To link with GSC with GA just added the URL of your website as property (you just need to add the actual URL of your website). Normally it's https://example.com or https://www.example.com


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Domain properties in Google Search console are great, but they are not fully functional. You can't add them to Google Analytics, there are missing reports, and missing settings compared to prefix properties. It would be nice just to just add a domain property, but Google hasn't built enough functionality for them yet. Google says long term, you should ...


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Nothing stops someone from spamming your campaign data, except that there's not much reason for anyone to do so. They'd have to post a marked-up link somewhere where it would get enough clicks to matter, and there's not really any way for them to know whether you notice or care. In many years of GA use, we've never had it happen to us. Note also that ...


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I use server-side Google Analytics on my site, by using CURL to 'post' the info from a site visitor. Code similar to this works (with your GA codes, etc): $url = "{$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']}"; if (strstr($url,'/test/')) {return "200";} //no analytics for test area $thecookie = ""; // set a cookie value if (strlen($thecookie) == ...


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I'll answer my own question for those who might have the same issue in the future. The problem was a malware that ended up in a lot of my WP install files. How it got there? I don't know exactly. I changed the passwords for the FTP, WP admin, database, and modified the CHMOD for several folders that were a security risk. Also Wordfence + All in ONE WP ...


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The problem with churn in Google Analytics is, that it does not "forget" a user after a certain period (often month). So if you try to combine New Users vs. Users, you can have 100 New Users and 500 total Users in one month and another month 0 New Users but 600 total Users. Because those Users could have visited your site 2 years ago. Another ...


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I've contacted Woopra support - they suggest that a small disproportion should not be the issue (https://docs.woopra.com/docs/why-are-my-stats-different-on-woopra-than-on-google-analytics). I've found out that Webflow (our cms) can have issues with Google Tag Manager (if you enable it from the Webflow dashboard) so I've implemented my own Google Tag Manager ...


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Googlebot now executes JavaScript and can automatically crawl and render pages on client side rendered sites. It sounds like you are already doing so, but to let the crawler do its job you need to: Create a separate URL for each piece of content on your site. Google needs to be able to send visitors directly to the content they searched by directing ...


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To answer your question: no, looks like that's not the cause. It wouldn't be the tracking parameters because you mentioned that some conversions are being picked up, and others not. If it was the parameters, it'd be absolute: either always worked, or always broke. I think there's something wrong with your GTM/pixel or the SPA itself. I recommend that you ...


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