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Tracking visitors on 3rd party site

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We have a client with their own website, which is set up with Google Analytics.



They use to take bookings, and have their own profile page on for that purpose.



I want to track the traffic on that profile page.  I was able to add my Tracking ID via a control panel, and I used the same Tracking ID that we use on the client website.


So our Analytics tracking code should be present on the the client's profile page on  (They use a tag manager so I can't see exactly what code they're adding).


My question is, how do I see the traffic information?

I presume it should be appearing in our existing property, but where do I find a report for that?

Should I have created a new property for the domain instead of using the main property Tracking ID?


Thanks in advance!

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Tracking visitors on 3rd party site

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I don't see the tracking tag from the main site on the third party site. Make sure that they've added it correctly.

Once you have data flowing in from the third party site you can set up a separate view for it and include only traffic from using filters:

If you want to track users moving across the domains in a single session, you need to set up cross domain tracking:

Let me know if you have questions.

Arnold Majlath, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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