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Regarding new site adress

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Hi! We have a Google analytics acount for our website, but have not used it so much. Our company have now impoved our webpage plus we havealso changed the domain-name to the page. I can only see the old dominname in my google analytics account. How do I change, should i change or should it be a new account?? help please!

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Hello and welcome,

 

Although it's not a Google Analytics forum, but Adwords forum where advertisers share best practices and info related to Adwords.

But taking a different route, my point of view would be that if the domain name has been changed and you weren't using Google Analytics for quite sometime, you could create a new web property under the same account. Once you have it, there would be different code for that and you could install that new code on all the pages. That's my thought only and could differ from others.

 

Lastly, you could try and re-post this question over Google Analytics forum here for more specific advices.

 

Hope that helps!

Pankaj

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Re: Regarding new site adress

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Hello and welcome,

 

Although it's not a Google Analytics forum, but Adwords forum where advertisers share best practices and info related to Adwords.

But taking a different route, my point of view would be that if the domain name has been changed and you weren't using Google Analytics for quite sometime, you could create a new web property under the same account. Once you have it, there would be different code for that and you could install that new code on all the pages. That's my thought only and could differ from others.

 

Lastly, you could try and re-post this question over Google Analytics forum here for more specific advices.

 

Hope that helps!

Pankaj