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Who manages the GA account for my website?

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My company owns The Golf Club at Dove Mountain. The club's website is www.thegolfclubatdovemountain.com. The website is hosted by a company call GolfNow (owned by NBCUniversal). GolfNow has indicated that there are two GA accounts associated with that website: UA-35125910-24 and UA-76641-35. I actually have access to the former, but with a low level of permission (perhaps read-only). However, neither of these accounts are admined by GolfNow, and they do not let anyone outside of their organization (even a client like myself) have access to their Google Analytics accounts. So they can't help me.

 

What I am needing to do is manage users and create Goals. In order to request that my permissions on UA-35125910-24 be upgraded so I can do that, I need to know who the admin is for that account. How can I find that out?

 

 

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Hi @Marshall Kerns E,

 

Due to the privacy & security of accounts, Google Analytics does not give out account info. 

 

I would say that they were added by a previous worker within your company, whoever handled such tasks at the time the website was created and GolfNow was hired. One of the Analytics accounts will most-likely belong to the hosting company so they can track things and other is your companies (all which you know already, I know). 

 

You can follow the steps outlined here to attempt to gain admin access, but that is not an absolute that you can. 

 

Kind Regards,

 

James

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Who manages the GA account for my website?

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@J Clemens those steps seem to be outdated - the topic was created +1.5 years ago. I have an AdWords account, but could not find the form the article mentioned. Any other suggestions?