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Campaign tracking on google analytics using auto-tagging

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I am using auto-tagging for my adwords campaigns. However, I am not sure how can i track which campaign traffic is coming from as it shows only 'cpc' on google analytics.. Any help would be appreciated. thanks!

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Campaign tracking on google analytics using auto-tagging

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Hello, Idrees.

 

Apart from using auto-tagging, you need to make sure that your Google Analytics and AdWords account are properly linked.

 

Did you perform this step?

 

Here's how to do it in case you didn't: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1704341?hl=en

 

If AdWords is not linked to Google Analytics, the latter cannot know which data to pull from the AdWords servers. 

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Campaign tracking on google analytics using auto-tagging

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AdWiser,

 

Thank you for your response. I have linked Google Analytics and AdWords accounts. What i am not sure about how can i track on Google Analytics in real time what traffic is coming from which campaign?

Campaign tracking on google analytics using auto-tagging

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Hello, Idrees. Analytics real-time reports don't show the Campaign dimension. You'll have to do with source / medium. I can tell for instance that some traffic comes from a Shopping campaign because I see some parameters that I've appended in AdWords in the page URLs, but I can't see any specific campaign data.

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