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Re: [webanalytics] Google Analytics Questions

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  • Hailong XIA
    Hi there, since this is the same content under the two URL, why not just assign a ._trackPageview() value to this page? for example,
    Message 1 of 6 , Nov 6, 2008
      Hi there,

      since this is the same content under the two URL, why not just assign a
      ._trackPageview() value to this page?
      for example, ._trackPageview("/subdirectory<http://rooturl.com/subdirectory>")
      or ._trackPageview("/subdirectory <http://rooturl.com/subdirectory>/") as
      you need.




      2008/11/3 Adam Boettiger <boettiger@...>

      > Wonder if anyone on-list could help with a few basic Google Analytics
      > questions that I'm not finding elsewhere?
      >
      > 1. We have a client site that has a subdirectory that is coming up twice on
      > reporting:
      >
      > rooturl.com/subdirectory/ and rooturl.com/subdirectory
      > (with and without the slash)
      >
      > We're seeing two different sets of numbers for the same subdirectory. What
      > might be causing this and how can we fix?
      >
      > 2. Is there a way in Google Analytics to obtain reporting only for a
      > subdirectory, without the rest of the site, to include unique visitor
      > counts
      > referrals - everything?
      >
      > Thanks in advance for any help.
      >
      > Adam Boettiger, Digital Strategist
      > adam@... <adam%40adamboettiger.com> - 503.989.2668
      > Portland, Oregon
      >
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      >
      >
      >


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