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Different Analytics for .com and .com.au?

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I have a site that has different tlds. One is .com one is .com.au and another .co.uk.

How can I track all of them under one Analytics?

 

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Re: Different Analytics for .com and .com.au?

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Hi Angelos,

You can create 2 views with a hostname filter like this

  • 1: Include Only > traffic to the hostname > equal to > yourdomain.com
  • 2: Include Only > traffic to the hostname > equal to > yourdomain.com.au

    If you use www you should add it too.

    Hope it helps,
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Re: Different Analytics for .com and .com.au?

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Hi Angelos,

The initial manadatory step for this, you need to track them in the same property (same UA ID) with GA cross-domain tracking code. See the link below for instructions on how to setup cross-domain tracking on these sites.

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1034342?hl=en#GA

Then you can setup fiters to spearate the traffic into different views by their domains (if you want to) as suggested by Carlos.