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Same web property ID is tracked twice

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# 1
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hi there!

 

in my website, tag assistant' sign is "Same web property ID is tracked twice"

 

website : https://www.hondakorea.co.kr/automobile/main/main.do

 

please can you check 'UA-101721574-1' id

 

Thank you  : )

Same web property ID is tracked twice

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# 2
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What I see is two GA trackers, one sending to UA-101721574-1 and the other to UA-68783333-2, this isn't really an issue.

Same web property ID is tracked twice

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# 3
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Thank you for your response : )

 

Actually I Know that web site has two GA tracker or more than.

 

but i  am wonder why UA-101721574-1' color is yellow.

 

yellow tag icon or message warns you that the implementation may lead to unexpected results.

 

 

 

 

 

Re: Same web property ID is tracked twice

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That's odd - yesterday I wasn't seeing the error.

 

But in any case, here's why it doesn't work: you have two sets of trackers, one of them needs to be "named". Otherwise, the behaviour you see is the 1st tracker is tracked twice, and the 2nd one doesn't fire at all.

 

Here's the abstract from "working with multiple trackers".

 

Working with multiple trackers

In some cases you might want to send data to multiple properties from a single page. This is useful for sites that have multiple owners overseeing sections of a site; each owner could view their own property.

To track data for two separate properties, you need to create two separate trackers, and at least one of them must be a named tracker. The following two commands create a default tracker and a tracker named "clientTracker":

 
ga('create', 'UA-XXXXX-Y', 'auto');
ga
('create', 'UA-XXXXX-Z', 'auto', 'clientTracker');

 

Running commands for a specific tracker

To run analytics.js commands for a specific tracker, you prefix the command name with the tracker name, followed by a dot. When you don't specify a tracker name, the command is run on the default tracker.

To send pageviews for the above two trackers, you'd run the following two commands:

 
ga('send', 'pageview');
ga
('clientTracker.send', 'pageview');

Future guides will go into more detail on the syntax for running specific commands. You can also refer to the command queue reference to see the full command syntax for all analytics.js commands.

Same web property ID is tracked twice

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# 5
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Thank you for your kind!

 

I got it!

 

and i have one more question

 

If I do not change GA traker like your response

 

upper GA traker('UA-101721574-1') work well regardless of Same web property ID is tracked twice message?

 

 

Same web property ID is tracked twice

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# 6
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If you do not change it, indeed, the pageview will be tracked twice in the UA...-1 and not at all in UA-...-2 - at least that's what I see when using WASP or looking into the network tab of the debugger console.

Same web property ID is tracked twice

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# 7
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Thank you for your kind!

I changed GA tracking code.

and I have one more question.

actually bounce rates are very low, compared to other similar campaigns.

can you check my site again?

Thank you very much.

site : https://www.hondakorea.co.kr/automobile/main/main.do

 

Same web property ID is tracked twice

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# 8
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Is the landing page the home page?

Is there anything else on that page that could fire some tracking (like an event)?

Is the landing page workflow so obvious and expected that it is normal to have a lower bounce rate?

Same web property ID is tracked twice

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# 9
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Thank you for your response.

Yes actually Bounce rate is under the 5% on 7/10/2107.

So i'm very embarrassed about that...