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Suddenly Analytics is showing no hits after deploying new site

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Three days ago we launched our new Website using the same URL (just replaced the old one developed using .net with the new one using Wordpress) and since then Analytics is showing zero hits although the site is running and being accessed daily.

What would be the cause of that?

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Did you check if the tracking code is installed on the new website?
Are any filters applied to the View that may be preventing data from being tracked?
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Hi,
Visit your site once then check real time data if you see the data that means tracking is working. Use tag assistant to find tracking issue.

Hope this helps.

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April 2016

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Did you check if the tracking code is installed on the new website?
Are any filters applied to the View that may be preventing data from being tracked?
Bronwyn Vourtis, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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Check your new website if this has the GA tracking code on the pages. You can check the code by right-clicking on the website page > select view page source > ctrl+f > search for 'analytics.js' or 'ga.js' in the find box. Let us know.