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Track crash using Google Analytics iOS
I have not used the Google Analytics crash reporting feature yet, but found this which could be helpful. You can have Google Analytics(v2) report uncaught exceptions i.e. crashes by using this code - (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions { [GAI sharedInstance].sendUncaughtExceptions = YES; // Enable // ... the rest of your code, include other GAI properties you want to set. } I don't think these will be symbolicated crash reports as the device is unable to symbolicate it. So you may have to symbolicate the received crash reports by yourself to understand the line number in code which caused this crash. Check out Where can I view the Google Analytics iOS crash logs? Refer: Symbolicating iPhone App Crash Reports

Categories : Iphone

Using Google Analytics to track clicks
There are few things wrong with your code: Analytics version You're mixing up the old ga.js and the newer analytics.js Just use only the newer analytics.js Race condition You're tracking the event onClick, but at this point, the browser's already leaving the page and the request may not go through. Basically, opening cnn.com and submitting the event are competing in the browser window. Use a hit callback, and set window.location.href, and you'll be fine: ga('send', 'event', { 'eventCategory': 'Links', 'eventAction': 'Click', 'hitCallback': function() { window.location.href = "http://www.cnn.com"; } }); This way, the browser will wait for the event to be submitted, and then access cnn.com.

Categories : Google Analytics

Google analytics page view track
The code recognizes organic, referal and direct traffic automatically. If you have adwords campaigns you can set them to "autotagging" in the adwords interface and campaign info will be appended automatically. For everything else there utm parameters - Google provides a handy tool to create click urls with parameters here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1033867?hl=en If you don't add autotagging or utm paramaters to your cpc campaigns they will be lumped together with organic search traffic.

Categories : Google Analytics

Track localhost on Analytics in Google Tag Manager
The documentation referenced it is about the Universal Analytics (new GA API version). To solve this problem, you have two options: 1) Using the traditional tag "Google Analytics", in 'More settings' > 'Domains and Directories' > 'Domain Name': none 2) Or switch to the "Universal Analytics" tag in Tag Google Manager, configure the required fields and in 'More settings' > 'Cookie Configuration' > 'Cookie Domain': none In both cases, this option should be turned off before the launch of the site.

Categories : Google Analytics

Google Analytics to track converstion from Lite to Pro
I can think of one way you should be able to do this: Set up Custom Variables, and segment people as users like, for example, "Lite Users" and "Pro User". Depending on which GA library your using here are two tutorials: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/gajs/gaTrackingCustomVariables https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/custom-dims-mets After that, set up a goal like "Pro download". I don't know how your app is set up, but perhaps you can make it run this code the first time the app is launched. One way to accomplish this could be to load a page that is only visited the first time a user starts the Pro app, and set up the goal towards that page. But there are probably other ways you could do it with your app. Tutorials for tha

Categories : IOS

How to track pdf downloads from properly (Google Analytics)?
You could use a robots.txt file to block pdf files from search listings, meaning they would get the previous page and have to click the link. For example: User-agent: * Disallow: /*.pdf$

Categories : PHP

Track downloads of image using Google Analytics
Here's some more details on my second suggestion. In your htaccess add something like this: RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} !^http(s)?://(www.)?yourdomain.com [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*)cute_cat.png $ trackthis.php?campain=cutecat [L] and in trackthis.php use the API I suggested above to send your data to Google. Then just use a header call in PHP and redirect to the image.

Categories : Javascript

Google Analytics - track customer account creation
collecting info that identifies a user is against Googles TOS, so no, you can't do this. But you can solve the problem the other way around - you can read source and medium from GA (for example by reading the Analytics cookie in ga.js, analytics.js provides some functions to get campaign info) and store it together with the user information on your own server when your visitor creates her/his account. This will not work with auto-tagged adwords campaigns since they transmit a cryptic gclid (google click id) instead of campaign parameters. A possible workaround would be to track account creation with Analytics Ecommerce Tracking, store the Transaction Id with the account info, pull a report from GA that matches Transaction IDs and Source/Medium and match that with you local data (for this

Categories : Google Analytics

google analytics to track goal conversions - re directs
You can use analytics events to make sure the redirect was recorded before it's redirected. //Fires after page load addListener(document, 'load', function() { //Sends an event for page which where the action was redirect and the value is the current page ga('send', 'event', 'page', 'redirect', document.location); //Refferes to new location after recording the action. window.location = NEW_LOCATION });

Categories : Javascript

Google Analytics: Using chrome's console to track an event?
Yes. The Google Analytics script replaces the _gaq array with its own object; its new push() function sends requests immediately. This allows you to use the same _gaq.push() calls both before and after the async script loads.

Categories : Javascript

Google Analytics track pageview automatically add slash to url
Analytics generates your pageview reports relative to the site's root for the property/profile you're viewing. The confirm_url parameter you're passing to GA is assumed to be the relative path (excluding the domain) from the site's root. In other words, the preceding slash stands for "www.mysite.com" and so confirm_url should be "?pg=confirm"

Categories : Javascript

How to Track Devise User Registration as Conversion in Google Analytics
From the top of my head, I'd use flash. The flash provides a way to pass temporary objects between actions. Anything you place in the flash will be exposed to the very next action and then cleared out. On the registrations_controller.rb: if resource.active_for_authentication? flash[:user_signup] = true # or something that you find more appropriate set_flash_message :notice, :signed_up if is_navigational_format? sign_up(resource_name, resource) respond_with resource, :location => after_sign_up_path_for(resource) else set_flash_message :notice, :"signed_up_but_#{resource.inactive_message}" if is_navigational_format? expire_session_data_after_sign_in! respond_with resource, :location => after_inactive_sign_up_path_for(resource) end Then, on the view that you re

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Google analytics in android app - how to track premium upgrade version?
Use the EasyTracker ga_appVersion parameter. If for some reason, you can't do this, you can use Custom Dimensions

Categories : Android

Google analytics - track which pages on external sites are embedding my page?
In most cases the website embedding your website in an iframe will show up as the referrer in Google Analytics. Check the "Traffic Sources » Sources » Referral" report in Google Analytics to find out which site embed your website. In this report, you will of course also see normal referring sites that actually link to your website. You could employ a small script to determine if your website is currently embedded and supply that information to Google Analytics, e.g. as a custom variable: _gaq.push(["_setCustomVar", 5, "Iframed", (window.self !== window.top) ? "Yes": "No", 2]);

Categories : Google Analytics

Create dynamic jQuery slideToggle divs that track clicks with google analytics
You have an div closing tab errors and syntax errors on your example. <div id="clickDiv" class="row-fluid" style="background-color:#333333;"> <div class="span4" style="padding:0; margin:0; text-align:center; margin:0 auto;"><img height="75px" width="75px" src="../img/logos/<?php echo $row['logo'];?>"> </div> <div class="span4"><h2 style="color:#01a7c6; padding-top:0px; margin:0;"><p style="text-align:center; padding-top:5px; margin:0"><?php echo $row['address']?></p><p id="revealPara" style=" text-align:center; padding:50px 0"><?php echo $row['body'];?> </div> <div class="span4"><h2><i class="icon-sort-down" style="color:#01a7c6; font-size:1em; padding-right:

Categories : PHP

DFP & Google Analytics: Is there way to trace google analytics page views that came from DFP ads?
Alright. I just found a tool for this: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1033867?hl=en&ref_topic=1032998 Thanks!

Categories : Google Analytics

Track paid/free users through Flurry Analytics
Yes, you can use events to track in-app purchases. Are you planning to log user ID in Flurry ? Once you implement events in in-app purchases, please reach out to support@flurry.com with the API key of App in question and we will try to find a work around for the same. Thanks

Categories : Android

Google Analytics API: Where is the Analytics.builder method?
Looks like it's been removed and you now have to replace that build chain with Analytics analytics = new Analytics(HTTP_TRANSPORT, JSON_FACTORY, credential) The tutorial is over a year old and appears not to have kept pace with the library.

Categories : Java

Universal analytics Code of Google Analytics
The analytics.js snippet is part of Universal Analytics Look at the above link. It will clarify your doubt.

Categories : Google Analytics

Using Google Analytics on iOS through AdMob Analytics Addon
Well it is little bit hidden... but I have found these two interesting links: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/ios/v2/ https://developers.google.com/mobile-ads-sdk/docs/admob/conversion-tracking Good information though.

Categories : IOS

Google analytics - difference between ga.js and analytics.js
Analytics.js is the new universal analytics profile. You set classic or universal when you create the profile. You are not able to switch a profile between classic and universal, instead you need to create a new profile to switch between profile types.

Categories : Google Analytics

Google analytics shows "data receiving" but cannot see any data on the analytics page
For using analytics.js, you should create a new web property which will give a new tracking ID and use it in your website. You should not be reusing the old property which you were using with ga.js. Best way to test this by retaining the earlier ga.js tracking code and additionally adding the analytics.js tracking code based on the new property. Google also recommends this approach for migrating from ga.js to analytics.js

Categories : Google Analytics

How can I use the data retrieved from Google Analytics and show it in Google Charts
Frankly, the Getting Started guide should be exactly what you need. I'll summarize here, but I might leave out some subtleties you need to do: Include JSAPI: <script type="text/javascript" src="https://www.google.com/jsapi"></script> Load the library: <script type="text/javascript">google.load('visualization', '1.0', {'packages':['corechart']});</script> Add a callback: google.setOnLoadCallback(drawChart); Draw your charts in the drawChart function. Then, I would go, and look at the documentation on the individual charts, and fill in the details. As you are already displaying your data as a table, I'd start with Google's Table Chart, and move on from there.

Categories : Javascript

Google Analytics API- Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/google/api/client/http/HttpParser
Include following jar in your class path ... google-http-client-1.5.0-beta.jar . Also please make sure exact number of jars are included while running and compiling your code. I have used following jars in my class path . Around 2-3 jars can be excluded from them jdk1.6.0_21/lib/tools.jar google-api-client-1.15.0-rc.jar mysql-connector-java-3.1.7-bin.jar google-api-services-analytics-v3-rev50-1.15.0-rc.jar google-api-services-analytics-v3-rev50-1.15.0-rc-javadoc.jar google-api-services-analytics-v3-rev50-1.15.0-rc-sources.jar google-http-client-1.15.0-rc.jar google-http-client-jackson2-1.15.0-rc.jar jackson-core-2.0.5.jar google-oauth-client-1.15.0-rc.jar

Categories : Java

AIR for iOS and Google analytics
My extension (https://github.com/alebianco/ANE-Google-Analytics) has been updated a few months ago, it now supports the new app profiles gracefully :)

Categories : IOS

NoSuchMethodError on Google Appengine - Is there a good way to track these down and fix them
These errors will not appear at compile time, because it is not your code who's calling the missing method. It is some of your dependencies calling for one of its subdependencies method, which doesn't exist. These errors ocurr mostly at runtime, and are indeed hard to find. The best aproach is using some dependency management system (like Maven), that will use the correct dependencies, and subdependencies. JUnit test could also help finding this issues, depending on coverage of the tests.

Categories : Java

Regex for Google analytics
What you could do is use this regex: /hd/(805|864|999|208|???????debugUser??????) to match to the ones you don't want, and if it matches then just ignore it. So your psuedo code will look like - for(String url : urls){ if(regex.matches(url) continue; //else do processing }

Categories : Regex

Error when we use Google-Analytics
You might have CSS that automatically adds borders to all the images on your site. You are using a No Javascript version of Google Analytics with an image (1x1) like this one: <img src="http://nojsstats.appspot.com/UA-123456/your-website.com" height="1" width="1" > You could try to adjust your CSS to remove the borders of this image. For example you could target the relevant image source (not supported by all browsers): img[src*="nojsstats.appspot.com"]{visibility:hidden;}

Categories : Wordpress

Google Analytics Api on Azure
After hours of pain on this exact same problem, I found a work around by piecing together various sources of info. The problem arises from trying to read the p12 file from the Azure web site, i.e. this line in my code fails var key = new X509Certificate2(keyFile, keyPassword, X509KeyStorageFlags.Exportable); No idea why, but it works if you split the file into a cer and key.xml file? Firstly, extract these files, (I just used a console app) // load pfx/p12 as "exportable" var p12Cert = new X509Certificate2(@"c:Tempxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx-privatekey.p12", "notasecret", X509KeyStorageFlags.Exportable); // export .cer from .pfx/.p12 File.WriteAllBytes(@"C:TempMyCert.cer", p12Cert.Export(X509ContentType.Cert)); // export private key XML string privateKeyXml = p12Cert.

Categories : C#

Google Analytics in HTML5 APK
I think, alternatively, you can integrate the native Google Analytic for Android SDK into your app.

Categories : Android

Using history.js with Google Analytics
A similar question has already been answered here: http://stackoverflow.com/a/5307532/1854499 History.js is more of a wrapper for the HTML5 History API, so the answer is the same. After you've determined which page you'll show when the history state changes (in the statechange callback), push another _trackPageview call to the Google Analytics stack like so: _gaq.push(['_setAccount', 'UA-XXXXXXX-X']); _gaq.push(['_trackPageview', '/new/content']); Don't forget to add the new URL as the second argument. You can find the documentation on these so called 'virtual pageviews' on this page (scroll to the bottom) on Google Developers. Good luck!

Categories : Jquery

Implementing Google Analytics in ASP.NET MVC 4
Profile ID you can find in your account in Google Analytics: sign in -> Admin -> Profile Settings Here is a video on youtube. It uses old design, but path is the same If it helps i'm using following Action to get statistics (Page views) of news page by newsID: public ActionResult Stats(int id) { string userName = "myusername"; string passWord = "mypassword"; string profileId = "ga:12345678"; string pagepath = "~/Home/Details/" + id; AnalyticsService asv = new AnalyticsService("GData-Version: 1.8"); asv.setUserCredentials(userName, passWord); const string dataFeedUrl = "https://www.google.com/analytics/feeds/data"; var service = new AnalyticsService("WebSiteAnalytics");

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

New vs Old Google Analytics script
Looks like some things aren't yet supported under "Universal Analytics", the new default. https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2795983?hl=en Not all data integrations are supported. AdSense, DoubleClick, Content Experiments, and Remarketing integration aren’t supported in UA.

Categories : Google Analytics

What is _addDevId in Google Analytics?
_addDevId does not belong to Google Analytics code, is part of a custom implementation of wordpress plugin called: Google Analyticator. You can check the code snippet, it works fine without that line

Categories : Google Analytics

Is my google analytics set up correctly for my IOS app?
If it works, then that message means nothing. If you are deathly concerned about that log message then change this line: [GAI sharedInstance].debug = YES; To this: [GAI sharedInstance].debug = NO; However, if it currently does not work, I would check your setup for google analytics. I don't use it so I am not he right person to look at that if it is not working. It should not interfere with the app review process. Hope this helps.

Categories : IOS

Google analytics with rails 4
I set up Google Analytics a few days before.. 1.) The Turbolink Workaround With Turbolinks, the Google Analytics JavaScript library is not sufficient to record a page visit for every page update. The workaround should be loaded on every page and it can be included as an application-wide asset (it will load before Turbolinks). Add the file app/assets/javascripts/analytics.js.coffee to include the Turbolinks workaround: app/assets/javascripts/analytics.js // Coffee $(document).on 'page:change', -> if window._gaq? _gaq.push ['_trackPageview'] else if window.pageTracker? pageTracker._trackPageview() // Javascript $(document).on('page:change', function() { if (window._gaq != null) { return _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); } else if (window.pageTracker != null) { return pag

Categories : Google Analytics

Google analytics with fragment
Even if you are using Fragments , you must be having a parent Activity to which your Fragment attaches, use this code EasyTracker.getInstance().activityStart(activity);in the onStart method of that Fragment Activity.

Categories : Android

Google analytics report
I don't believe what you are asking is possible using a Custom Report, as it doesn't return visit duration ranges. From what you are describing, it sounds like you'd want the Engagement Report (under Audience > Behavior > Engagement), right?

Categories : Google Analytics

Google Analytics not Tracking
Whereas Google Webmaster Tool validates live, you may wait a few hours (1 day max) to see your first analytics in Google Analytics. Don't worry, your first visits will be tracked even if Google Analytics keep saying the tracking code is not installed. Have a good day !

Categories : Javascript

Google analytics not working iOS
According to the google documentation you should set trackedviewname in viewDidAppear instead of viewDidLoad. To be sure that your ID is correct you should try to test analytics without the automatic screen measurement and using [[[GAI sharedInstance] defaultTracker] sendView:page];

Categories : Iphone



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