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Website Optimizer Transition to Analytics

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Hi All,

 

I am using Website Optimizer (currently in AdWords) for a few clients. My questions is: Will these tests/experiments be transfered to the Analytics dashboard when the switch happens, or we will lose all data?

 

Thanks,

 

BI

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September 2015

Re: Website Optimizer Transition to Analytics

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Hey Blueon,

 

In the help center it says: "Google Website Optimizer is now integrated with Google Analytics as Content Experiments. Find it in the Content section of your Analytics Standard Reports. Learn more" 

 

I've checked and I can see my "old" GWO tests in the Analytics now - so I guess that the info has just moved (integrated) and we wont lose any data.

 

Cheers,

 

Asaf

 

P.S. The only thing that you should update - is your  GWO code if you generated it before 12/2010 since it has some security issues (without any connection to the latest transition).



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Re: Website Optimizer Transition to Analytics

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Hey Blueon,

 

In the help center it says: "Google Website Optimizer is now integrated with Google Analytics as Content Experiments. Find it in the Content section of your Analytics Standard Reports. Learn more" 

 

I've checked and I can see my "old" GWO tests in the Analytics now - so I guess that the info has just moved (integrated) and we wont lose any data.

 

Cheers,

 

Asaf

 

P.S. The only thing that you should update - is your  GWO code if you generated it before 12/2010 since it has some security issues (without any connection to the latest transition).



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Thanks, I see the section in Analytics, just haven't seen my data appear yet. Will wait awhile longer.

 

Thanks,

 

BI