Did you know? When a user switches between multiple domains on your website, Google Analytics will count it as separate sessions – meaning you can’t keep track.  By ensuring you track subdomains, you can ensure you know and understand your customer’s journey when they are on your website.  If you have a website with various…

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Are you aware of how users behave on your site?  Are they completing desired actions – i.e. watching one of your tutorials?   Ensure you know if your website users are performing actions that will aid your business’s growth by setting up conversion goals in google analytics.  Don’t know how? Don’t worry, we’ve created this…

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Want a clearer insight into your Google Analytics data? Need to know the journey your customers take on your website? If you have multiple websites, then there’s a good chance that cross-domain tracking with be a major asset to your analytics setup. Ensure that you get the most accurate results possible by setting up Cross…

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The purpose of this blog is to help you to gain an understanding of the process involved in setting up a hostname filter in Google Analytics. By doing this, you are able to add your page’s subdomain information into your analytics reports.    Benefits  By displaying subdomains in your reports, you will find it easier…

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Think you know how much traffic your site is getting? Think again.  Follow our step-by-step guide, designed to help you understand how to exclude your own traffic from Google Analytics.    Google Analytics – What is it?  A free-to-use marketing tool, Google Analytics allows you to monitor traffic to your page – with the knowledge…

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