Seperate Google Analytics Properties On Subdomains

I’ve created three websites on one root domain and two subdomains. In Google Analytics I’ve created three properties and each website has a different Google code snippet.

Do I need to make any configuration changes to the Google Analytics properties for this to work properly? Is there a reporting issue when visitors go between these sites?


Start Time of Page Load in Page Timings in Google Analytics

What’s the start event for the ‘Page Load Time’ in the ‘Page Timings’ report?

I’ve read that GA uses NavigationTiming API. Is it v1? Is the start event performance.timing.navigationStart? Also, what’s the end event? Is it domLoaded?

The reason for my question is that we’ve implemented page load metrics with custom code and User Timings. That’s to ensure that we measure time till we finish all additional XHR requests and a user can interact with a page. Our start time was navigationStart.

However, we’ve noticed problem with that. We have a Single-Page Application where even if the URL changes in the browser, it’s done via the history API, as a result the output of performance.timing doesn’t change when you go from one page to another. Hence, the load time could be artificially high for some pages, since navigationStart will indicate the moment the browser went to the web app, as opposed to specific page.

Configure a Google Analytics filter for blog posts when URLs are mixed with other content

I have a WordPress site with a blog section but also a lot of other content, that is not directly related to the blog. Now I want to use Google Analytics and only see the blog traffic, meaning users that click on blog posts.

I know there are ways to filter this, if the blog posts reside in a subfolder, like, but on my site the link structure doesn’t have that. It’s like this:

What would be a good way to filter that traffic in Google Analytics? It should also work for any future published posts. I have the Google Tag Manager connected, maybe that might provide a viable option?

How is it possible that Google Analytics is showing a high bounce rate (50%) on a cart and checkout page?

The cart and checkout pages are not landing pages so it isn’t possible for that to be the first page in their session. The exit rate is way too low (approximately 15%) which signals to me that the bounces should be counted as exits. Also, it isn’t reasonable to believe they would time out often enough that Google Analytics counts it as a bounce.

Possible thoughts is that it’s an issue with nonInteraction?

This is an ongoing issue I have been trying to correct for the business, any help would be great.

What is the best Google Analytics WordPress plugin?

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  • In case, if you want to pose some restrictions over viewers of your post, this [url=]plugin allows you to exclude traffic from certain users, role types, IP address, country, city or region.
  • This plugin makes it easy for you to analyse various details by providing a Google Analytic Report. These details can be real time, sessions, locations, visitors and browsers statistics in the form of graphs.
  • Also, you get access to brief statistic block which makes it easier for you to compare the stats from last few days say: 7 to 30 days.
  • You don’t need to worry about keeping a track on revenues & performance of your product as this plugins does exactly this work for you. It effortlessly maintain the product SKU and transaction IDs.
  • Besides, this plugin facilitates you with push notifications regarding the details like highest or lowest interaction on your website. All you gotta do is to select periods and conditions, depending on when and how you wish to be notified.
  • Without hassling around with codes at the back-end, you can easily allow prominent users like authors & editors to view a report displaying the specific activities within the post right from the front-end.

Well, I personally like using this plugin & the pricing is also not so high. The pricing is done in accordance with the number of domains you have.
Pricing –

  • As a beginner if you own a single domain then you need to pay $30,
  • While for 3 domains, the cost is $45.
  • You can also get unlimited domain support, just by spending $60 on this plugin & get access to all of its exemplary features & premium support

Search Analytics ViewsRecent & ViewsLifeTime is null

I’m trying to see the most viewed blog posts in a SharePoint farm. So I just query for:


To get the ViewsLifeTime I have to include it as a sorting parameter. When I don’t add a ViewsLifeTime sort, ViewsLifeTime is null. Is that the correct behavior?


Now this works for blog posts in one Web Application, but blog posts on the MySite WA never have ViewsLifeTime or ViewsRecent populated – they are always null. I do know that the blog posts are above the TailTrimming limit.

  1. When are these View-Events generated? Like what is the flow? User opens blog post > Usage event > Seach crawl > I can see the view event? Is search the only thing that needs to run or is there some timer job?
  2. Why do I get usage events in one web application, but not the other? Do I need to change timer jobs? Service associations? Web Application Features? Site Collection Features?
  3. How to reliably get ViewsLifeTime and ViewsRecent for everything? Is it correct that I always need to include to SortList parameter otherwise the views properties are null?

Google Analytics: Exit page report differs from conversions

I have an issue determining my checkout pages exit percentage.

Looking at the site’s database event information for a single day I am given the following information:

  1. Entered checkout – 306
  2. Completed Checkout – 249
  3. 81% completed (completed / entered checkout)
  4. 19% exited (remainder)

When I look at my reporting in Google analytics I am given the following information:

  1. Entered checkout – 304
  2. Completed checkout – 247
  3. Exits – 26
  4. Exit % – 0.09% (exits / entered checkout)

So what reason would there be for my Exit % to be different than the math between the difference of entered and completed checkout?

Thanks in advance!

Clubbing together network websites as subdomains and impact on Google Analytics reporting

We have set two milestones for our business that has a network of websites:

• To generate 50,000 impressions per month for so as to make it eligible for selling ad space on, a premium marketplace for display ads. • To generate 500$ per month revenue for six months for so as to make the same eligible for listing at popular website marketplaces like EmpireFlippers, FE International for sale.

My query is for the above two milestones (50,0000 monthly impressions and 500$ monthly revenue), does it make sense if our network websites (,,,,, are clubbed together under the flagship website by making all these subdomains of As I also want to make these network websites live on their own domain name, so will redirect to

By following the above strategy, I am not sure if the Google Analytics will count the visitors at ( under

Where can I find someone that will sit with me and explain the analytics reports from my iPhone and computer? [on hold]

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