In this video, Adriaan Brits outlines the technical implementation of cross-domain tracking and how to set it up within Analytics. Learn about tracking code modifications.
What we will do is to setup just one property in Analytics…and then edit this code to enable cross-domain tracking.…The easiest is to paste this code into a text editor…for each of the domains that you'll be working with,…and you edit it from there.…So let's edit the code for your primary domain…and we'll do it as follows.…In the code snippet, you want to find the create line.…And if your site is called mysite1.com for example,…what you see here on the screen is what it would look like.…
And of course you can pause it at any given point…to familiarize yourself with the code.…
Note: This course picks up where Google Analytics Essential Training leaves off. If you have questions about how Google Analytics works straight out of the box, see that course for more information.
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