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Analytics Tracking multiple URLs

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Hi All,

 

I have several top level domains. Each with a Landing page with a form and Thank You page (2 nearly identical pages on each top level domain).

 

I want to see the domain name (landingpage-1.com) in the Site Content reports such as Landing Pages, Content Drilldown, etc.

 

I want to see them in all one account, so the Overview will see all traffic to all the domains. There are 11 domains in all.

 

How do I achieve this? THANKS!

 

Dan

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November 2015

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Hi Dan,

You can use the same tracking code on all sites. To see the domain name in the reports you need to set up a filter:

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1012243?hl=en

If you don't need to track site traffic going from one domain to another you're done.

If you want a visit going to one site to another to appear as a single visit you need to set up cross domain tracking for the cookies to be shared across the domains. Hope this helps.

Arnold Majlath, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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Hi Dan,

You can use the same tracking code on all sites. To see the domain name in the reports you need to set up a filter:

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1012243?hl=en

If you don't need to track site traffic going from one domain to another you're done.

If you want a visit going to one site to another to appear as a single visit you need to set up cross domain tracking for the cookies to be shared across the domains. Hope this helps.

Arnold Majlath, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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Thanks Arnold, I knew it was something like that, but all I could find was Cross Domain Tracking. Thanks! You're the best.