Host change and Restoring Analytics
I'm new to this forum so forgive me if this question is not in the correct place to ask this.
I'm an associate web developer for a firm whose website has been hosted by a third party on an old CMS. End of last year, this host began to pull service from us and moved the content from the old CMS to static HTML pages. Since then our analytics metrics have flat-lined, which I assume is because the code was associated with the CMS and never brought up to the static HTML pages.
We're in talks with a new host which will be migrating the site to DNN which will make re-applying the analytics a breeze, but would I need to make a new account on Google Analytics for this migration or will the analytics snap back on when we move over to the new host? I currently have no settings below the Properties of the site under Admin as I didn't create the current account, so I am unable to change the property settings.
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