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Ecommerce Tracking, Finding the Referral Source?

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Hey everyone, it seems I cannot find the sources of the referrals on my website.

My Steps

1) Click Home

2) All Web Site Data

3) Search Ecommerce > Overview

4) Under Top Revenue Sources, Select "Source/Medium"

5) I see domain.com / referral and google/cpc (My adwords stuff)

6) I click "domain.com/ referral"

7) It just gives me more in depth information, but no information on where each transaction is coming from.

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December 2016

Ecommerce Tracking, Finding the Referral Source?

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Go to Acquisition > All Traffic > Referrals report, choose "Sessions with Transactions" segment and add "Full Referrer" as a secondary dimension.
This will show you exact source of transactions.

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Go to Acquisition > All Traffic > Referrals report, choose "Sessions with Transactions" segment and add "Full Referrer" as a secondary dimension.
This will show you exact source of transactions.

Ecommerce Tracking, Finding the Referral Source?

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Perfect, thanks for the response. The source is just my website, and full referrer ends up being the specific page. I thought this data would be more useful.