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Event tracking is actually pretty straight forward... You can see my answer here to understand how to do it. The difference with your problem, is that you need to use a link element instead of a checkbox. Good luck!


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You can actually give them all the same class name, but a different id. Then, when firing the Event based on the class, and then, in the label attribute of the Event specify the id, therefore aggregating all the events under the same category and action but differentiating them based on the specific checkbox. See this GTM article's "Clicks on any ...


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A disclaimer: I have never used Sitecore CMS, however, my suggestions are generic and should work, regardless of CMS platform. Answer - I can think of 2 approaches to the problem: Google Analytics Goals: You can set a new custom goal. This goal will be a destination goal that fires when the /contact-us/ page is reached. In addition, you will add a funnel ...


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If I understood correctly, and "flow 3" is still on the site, you can track it by throwing a gtag event when a user presses yes to the "do you want to call 0850 XXX XXX" prompt, and then, set the goal on google analytics to record a conversion once the event is sent. If there are problems with throwing ga events, I highly recommend using ...


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page_location is automatically sent on all events. I don't see page_path being sent at all but it is available in some reports including the analysis hub. I tested a few events and saw it was set. Maybe it is calculated. Not sure what happens if you try to manually set it in the gtag.


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Yes you can. Click the + next to the Dimensions heading and you can add more dimensions to use in the report, including the custom ones.


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This could very well be the case. I expect that facebook counts clicking on a link as a visit, but for GA to count the visit the page first needs to be rendered and then the code referencing run/hit. If a page has a slow tome to first bite this could cause users to close the page rather then waiting and could explain the discrepancy. Another possibility is ...


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GA4 Properties are still not linkable. Having said that, the method for linking GA to GSC has changed and it's now referred to as an Association. For GA, it must be done from within the GSC interface, not from within GA. As of Feb 2021 you can now link GSC domain properties to GA (it's now recommended). To get to the GSC Associations page: https://search....


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To do this, it is advisable to create 2 custom filters: Advanced Search and replace The Advanced filter will be used to transform the medium from referral to organic. Requires to enter the following Campaign Source as Field A: ^yandex\.(ru|ua|by|kz|uz|com|fr|com\.tr)$ In Field B (to be set as mandatory) select the Campaign medium, which must contain the ...


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https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/gtagjs/events shows how to do it. The general case from there is: gtag('event', 'aaa', { 'event_category' : 'bbb', 'event_label' : 'ccc' }); You are not setting the event_category or the event_label. All you are sending is the send-to data which Google Analytics will ignore because it doesn'...


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