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How to setup goal for two different domains in Google Analytics

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Hi all, I want to track conversions from 2 different domains with GA. I have setup everything as suggested in cross-domain tracking here and also implemented the changes as suggested here and all works I see the data coming in the campaigns tab, keywords, ads etc all its recorded EXCEPT the conversions. I have tried to fix this for weeks now, and nothing have worked so far, if anyone could help me do this it will be greatly appreciated. Also please don't make me share my domains here, I would be more than happy to share everything but with the person who wants to help, because I am currently running a paid campaign and I wouldn't like random visits from the forum. 

 

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Re: How to setup goal for two different domains in Google Analytics

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Hi,

What type of goals do you have set up? If they are destination goals, make sure you use the same page paths as they are recorded under Behavior -> Site Content -> All Pages. If you can share more information about your goal settings that would be great. Thanks

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Re: How to setup goal for two different domains in Google Analytics

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Hi Arnold, thank you for your quick response! This is my goal setup. I modified it according to this post here as advised:

 

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Re: How to setup goal for two different domains in Google Analytics

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Hi,

Your cross domain tracking should be fine.
As I mentioned above, for the destination goal you need to use a page path that is recorded in Behavior -> Site Content -> All Pages, or a regular expression that matches a page. The value you used is not valid for the destination field. How is your goal destination pages recorded in the reports?

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