My company has shared access from multiple partners that have provided guest access to see their GA accounts. Is there any way possible to pull numbers (unique users or pageviews) for multiple accounts at once.
We have seen a spike in direct (NOT referral) traffic coming from network domain/service provider googleusercontent.com/google . It's classic bot traffic behavior: 100% bounce rate, 1 page per session, all new users, etc.
This did coincide with us submitting pages to Google for recaching, however this traffic has not ceased since May 27 and has actually further increased. Is anyone familiar with this google bot? Anything we can do to stop this traffic other than filter it out? And if this is actually a google bot, why on earth is it not captured in Google Analytic's native bot and spider filtering?
Hey, so after a search it looks like I can't track incoming links to PDFs (I can only track clicks to PDFs from within my own site). Is this still the case? Is there an alternative way to track this, not using Google Analytics?
For a rather large client we have one GA property where multiple satellite sites (+- 350 different brick/mortar stores with their own hostnames) are linked to the main site (the umbrella company for the stores). All the satellite sites look exactly the same and follow the same site architecture as the main site. Aside from the weird setup, i’m unsure what the correct advice would be to untangle the whole situation and provide a setup with proper & clean data. The client wants to see data for the main site (which contain a webshop) and data for the satellite sites (b/m stores).
Whats the best way to go?
A) Divide the satellite sites from the main site into a different property. Combine all the satellite sites into one property and the main site in another.
B) Leave the situation as is (main site + satellite sites on the same property). Create different views to filter on hostnames.
C) Divide each satellite site into it’s own property creating more than 350 properties into multiple accounts (50 property account limit).
Prob a noob question here, but i need to export YTD data of sessions and conversions etc broken down by columns of default channel grouping.
The rows will show the date while the columns will label the channel and session, channel and conversion data etc.
Anyone knows how to export this without using supermetrics? I tried both manual exports and the google analytics add on plug in but they cant seem to allow me to use channel grouping as columns, instead they put it in rows...
I run a travel blog with my husband and since mid-June we've had a huge increase in direct traffic. Around the same time we changed our theme on WordPress and accidentally removed Monster Insights for a day and then added it back in. It's weird because a lot of the direct traffic goes to our homepage or non-post pages.
Does anyone have an idea of why we'd have an increase in direct traffic like this? Thanks!