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Analytics and iframe

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Hi guys,

I have a little problem.

I have a page with an iframe in it. Both the parent and the iframe have analytics. I want to track them separately.

But we lose almost 50% of sessions from parent to iframe.

 

Someone can tell me why?

 

Thank you in advance and sorry for my bad english

 

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Re: Analytics and iframe

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Hi,

Is the iframed page from the same domain as the parent? Are you tracking them as separate properties?

Arnold Majlath, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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Hi Smiley Happy
Thank for your interest.
The iframe is on another domain, and yes I want to track them as separate properties.

Thank you in advance.

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Check the position of the iframe - also see if it shows on all devices. It might be that mobile users aren't seeing it because the page takes too long or the tracking snippet is in the wrong place.

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Hi Elia,

 

Did you found a solution to that? Because I'm coping with the same situation.

 

I have an iFrame inserted in numerous sites (cross domain) and the metrics are being negatively affected. I was wondering if the iFrame could be negatively impacting on numbers.

 

I hope your response,

Thank you!