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GA - Different domains / cross domain tracking

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Hey everyone! 

 

I'm having trouble getting cross domain tracking working correctly. Using GTM. The trouble I'm having is, while I can track the sessions on both domains, the source / medium is being dropped when the user goes to the secure store to process their order.  Here are my settings. Not sure what the next step in solving this would be so any help or direction would be greatly appreciated! 

 

Would going from http to https be an issue? 

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The client ID isn't being pulled over. 

 

Thanks!! 

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Re: GA - Different domains / cross domain tracking

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Hi Kelly :-)
A few things that should be looked at.

Under the Auto Link Domains.. entering both www.securesci.com and securesci.com isnt necessary.
just securesci.com will cover any possible subdomains for that domain too eg shop.securesci.com / www.securesci.com etc
Same applies to namathproducts.com . it will cover namathproducts.com and www.namathproducts.com

The other thing to look into too.. are both domains securesci.com and namathproducts.com both added to the
Referral Exclusion List? The do both need to be added for cross domain tracking.

Bronwyn Vourtis, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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