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I have multiple domain for my Adwords account:






These all point to the same server, where the URL continues accross the site. 


I'm doing this for increase in CTR and ad relevancy.



However, I can't track with Google Analytics doing this?

Analytics is based on the main domain name only. 


How can I get around it?

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September 2015

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You can track multiple domains in Analytics:


Off topic: did you use the "dynamic landing page" with keyword insertion approach in the end? Or did you abandon the idea?

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ok Thanks Smiley Happy

I'll check that out.

No, I went with:

The string before the .html is the keyword that i'm bidding on. Each keyword effects the landing page slightly.

I'm about to turn it on, and see how it works.

I'm only going to run Exact Match to start with.