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Goal Tracking: Subdomain LP to Root Thank You conversion page

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Hi all,

 

We're in the process of creating a new subdomain that will host all of our paid campaign efforts. Our current conversion is on www.example.io/demo/thank-you/ or /next/ or /hq/, etc. 

RegEx: (thank(.*).?(\?(030|040|050|060|070)(=*)$))|(\/next\/hq(\/$)|(.)(us|uk)\/$)|(\/hq\-de\/$)

 

If we implement the subdomain, in Analytics, should there be any changes to the RegEx URL above? Will any data be affect since a user is going from demo.example.io/ to www.falcon.io/thank-you/?

Thanks in advance.

 

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Goal Tracking: Subdomain LP to Root Thank You conversion page

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If you are using the same tracking code in both cases then (sub)domain is not evaluated.

 

In your example the domain is actually changing so you might want to be sure if you need to use cross domain tracking so that the users session stays intact when moving between your campaign site and thank you page

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Goal Tracking: Subdomain LP to Root Thank You conversion page

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Hi Antti,

 

That's actually my mistake.

Subdomain will be try.falcon.io and goal page will be www.falcon.io.


I'm assuming, using the same GA code, nothing will need to be changed.

Goal Tracking: Subdomain LP to Root Thank You conversion page

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Yep no changes. Keep an eye out for any strange data at Referral, Landing Page reports and look at your bounce rate for awhile.

 

Just  a precaution since there are so many variables in GA account.

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