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Google analytics no longer tracking

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I have a bit of a weird problem.  

Analytics seems to have stopped recording / reporting data for my site as of April 5th, but I know for a fact that there is still traffic hitting the site.  Google Search Console verifies this through the search analytics section (which shows plenty clicks after this date through to site), and also in my wordpress backend I am using Monster Insights, which reports all the visits fine.  It is only in Google Analytics that there seems to be no data after April 4th (with the exception of one day that reports 20 sessions).

I have 2 views, one using filters and one unfiltered and they both report the same thing, so this is not to do with incorrectly applied filters.

Any ideas, hive mind?

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May 2017

Google analytics no longer tracking

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I've worked this out myself.  The Monster Insights plugin decided somewhat at random to change the UA number to the 2nd one listed in the Analytics account, so the data has been piped into that property instead of the correct one!


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Google analytics no longer tracking

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Website in question, by the way, is www.compostingnz.co.nz

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I've worked this out myself.  The Monster Insights plugin decided somewhat at random to change the UA number to the 2nd one listed in the Analytics account, so the data has been piped into that property instead of the correct one!