Cross Domain Tracking for Hundreds of Domains while hiding the data from each other.[ Edited ]
August 2016 - last edited August 2016
I have hundreds of clients on a shared hosting server who process online transactions through a shared SSL domain. A lot of the clients would like to track their visitor's throughout the checkout process when their customers checkout on the secure domain so they can know the % of people who are completing/exiting the checkout process.
I assume that the best way to do this is cross-domain tracking. However the issue is that I don't want clients to be able to view visitor data for other client transactions.
For example, let's say we have 2 client domains: bob.com and dave.com. When their customers checkout they get sent to secure-checkout-domain.com
- I want the owner of bob.com to be able to track the customers from his site who checkout on secure-checkout-domain.com but hide the visitor data from dave.com.
- Alternately, I want the owner of dave.com to be able to track the customers from his site who checkout on secure-checkout-domain.com but hide the visitor data from bob.com.
- This needs to be the case for hundreds of domains. Tracking conversion data for hundreds of clients without allowing those clients to access all analytics data from secure-checkout-domain.com.
Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
Re: Cross Domain Tracking for Hundreds of Domains while hiding the data from each other.