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WordPress Multisite using subdirectories & GA accounts

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I'm in the process of setting up a network of sites using WordPress' multisite functionality. New sites will be created as subdirectories. If each site requires a separate GA account (not a Profile, View or Filter), is it acceptable to implement a unique GA tracking code for each as a subdirectory? I've only ever worked with GA on single sites that use the same tracking code throughout, so I'm questioning if doing this will report properly.

 

It should be noted that the base domain will also have its own GA account, so

  • example.com (and all other non-multisite pages)
  • example.com/site1
  • example.com/site2
  • etc.

will all have unique tracking codes.

 

Thanks for any words of confirmation or other instructions on how to properly set this up.

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Re: WordPress Multisite using subdirectories & GA accounts

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Hi,

Yes, you can do that without any issues. The sites in the subdirectories can have their own tracking code.

Let me know if you have more questions.

Arnold Majlath, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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WordPress Multisite using subdirectories & GA accounts

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Thanks for confirming, Arnold. I appreciate it!