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Property sets instead of cross-domain tracking?

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I'm working on a site for a customer. They have a tour booking system delivered by a third party, residing on a separate server. I'm interested in capturing sales statistics in GA, and was thinking that cross-domain tracking would be the solution.

 
With the introduction of property sets, would that instead be the better way to do it? The store can be a separate property, and I could just gather them into a set. Would I be able to track sales this way?
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Hi Jørn,

I would suggest collecting all the data to a single property as this will allow full channel attribution and content performance measurement ability.

In that case cross domain tracking would be needed.

Kind regards,
Zorin
Web analyst @ escapestudio.net