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One goal for two campaign

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I am having one thank you page in site. Can i use it for two goals in anlytics?

eg: like this

 

Goal1> campaign1 Landingpage --> thankyoupage1

Goal2> campaign2 Landing page --> thankyoupage1

 

Also can i import in google adwords also. if i do any mismatch happen.

Let me know

 

Thanks

Raj

 

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Re: One goal for two campaign

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Hi Raj,

When someone reaches the thankyou page both Goal1 and Goal2 will be completed regardless of the campaign. You need to identify from what campaign the user came to the landing page and send them to the thankyou page with a different query parameter appended like thankyoupage.html?campaign=1. Then you'll be able to set up two different goals for the two campaigns.

You won't mess up anything by importing the goals to AdWords, you'll see the conversion source as "Analyics".

Let me know if you have more questions.

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Re: One goal for two campaign

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Yes arnold,

I appended the campaign already as per you said. I setup the goals in analytics and imported in adwords.

Goal1> campaign1 Landingpage url (equlasto) --> Funnel
step1.Lp1 url (required) step 2. thankyoupage1url
Goal2> campaign2 Landing page -->
step1.Lp2url (required) step 2. thankyoupage1url

if i do like this above mention step, is it right trackable in conversion in both anlaytics and adwords.

Let me know thanks.

Re: One goal for two campaign

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Hi,

The required step is used only for the funnel visualization report. If you have exactly the same goal destination page, users coming through any of the landing pages will complete both of the goals. Hope this helps.

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