Google Analytics? Sub / Cross-domain tracking
2017-06-27, 03:43 PM,
#1
Dear Elites,


At this moment, we are facing a challenge in Google Analytics. We would like to know what the impact of our marketing efforts on the .NL website is where we pursue marketing. At this time we have integrated cross-domain tracking (all traffic is shown under one view). This is beautiful as we can now measure the conversions.


We'd like to make 2 more views with "subdomain.example.com + example.com" traffic (this is not a problem and already running) and "subdomain.example.com + example.com" (this has not been successful yet) . The reason for this is that all conversions occur on subdomain.example.com, all traffic arrives at example.com. A filter must be created that says:
* We want to exclude all traffic from example.com but include subdomain.example.com "Another option is to create a filter that says" We want to include all the traffic from subdomain.example.com and example.com, but the rest exclude"


Summary concepts:
Example.nl <= here all traffic is coming in
Subdomain.example.com <= here the conversions are measured
Example.com <= This traffic may not be shown * in this view


We have tested various situations, but none seem to work.


Peace
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2017-06-27, 06:57 PM,
#2
Simply do not put that analytics code on the main domain.
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