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Java != Javascript Javascript is a scripting language supported by the overwhelming majority if interactive browsers. Note that I said Interactive browsers - most bots will have extremely limited - if any - support for Javascript Java is a (semi-compiled) programming language which is largely cross platform but requires additional software to run.


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I'd like to propose Option #3: GA's dedicated search tracking with Search Category set. This will give you the four reports under Behavior > Site Search and allow you to analyze search behavior as a whole or divided by type. All of the setup for this is in Google Analytics, not your JavaScript; it is based on the query string being present. Note: this ...


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Instead of writing fbclid, msclkid, page_id, preview_id, cm you write fbclid,msclkid,p=,page_id,preview_id,cm. Remove the spaces, it might help.


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I've found some more info about this topic. This is the docs related to the Google Analytics 4 and gtag implementation. https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/ga4/tag-guide And this is the enhanced measurements doc: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/9216061 From the image, above, we can see that it will listen for history....


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To do what you need to do, you need to use a Custom Report. To the best of my knowledge, this is not an option under Saved Reports. To create a new report, start in Behavior>Events and select a page as the basis of the report. Then, in the upper right hand corner select the "Edit" link. Next, scroll down to Filters and choose Exclude and ...


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I think 4 possible reasons: 1. Your visitor was disabled the JavaScript. Google analytics use javascript to detect visitor so if your visitor that view your page not enable the JS, it would be count. 2. Your views were generated by bots GA will not count pageviews from bots like googlebot, bingbot, and other, but your backend maybe count it. 3. Your GA code ...


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It's not certain anything is wrong with your traffic. There is a big difference between how Facebook attributes conversions to ads and how GA attributes conversions to UTM values. Consider the following scenarios: User views the ad, does not click, visits your site later that day through a different channel and purchases. User clicks the ad, does not ...


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No. There will be 1 request for the http site and then a second - which will have the http link as the referee.


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To answer the question "how to block this" - there is no single correct answer, but a couple of thoughts - Move the site behind cloudflare or cloudfont or similar - they provide DoS protection and it is likely this will greatly mitigate your problem. Implement fail2ban or similar. Although there are a number of IP addresses, the supply used will ...


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My own opinion is that they should be kept as seperate events as they are both different types of actions. What you could do is setup a single event goal, based on those two different event types. Say for example the GA category for your outbound link event is Outbound Link & then the GA Category for your contact link event is Contact. Create an Event ...


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Not just there is a Tag Manager Support but that's the primary supported way for analytics for a while now. The older way posted by Andrea Rapanaro in 2016 used GA property identifiers. The current one is described by https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/amp-analytics - also cited by dasickle. Here's my take: In the HTML document ...


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