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My Urls Are Backwards in Analytics, Weird!!!

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Here is a screenshot of what my urls look like in GA. I noticed this when I went to setup some goals for my conversion pages. I noticed I wasn't receiving any goals and so I changed the url expression to "begins with" instead of normally using an "exact match" for the url. What could be causing this? Any ideas?

 

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Go to Admin tab in Analytics and check "Default page" settings under "View Settings" section. This field should be blank in most cases.
More info how to use this setting you can find in documentation: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1009675

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Hi, Michael, can you check to see if you have a Hostname include filter? If you have one, then you might have misconfigured it.

 

It should look something like this:

 

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@Tomasz_C

It's set to www.evanios.com . would that cause a problem?

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@Nicky Y , there is not filter for Hostnames.

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Yes. You have to remove it and leave this field blank.