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How Do I Track Specific Page Views On A Second Domain Through Google Analytics?

This article is for advanced users. Results may vary depending on previous instalations of analytics and domain configurations

This process will show you how to setup, implement and track page views on a secondary domain using Google Analytics

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1.1

Log in to the Private Office

  1. Enter the URL private-office.myrealpage.com
  2. Enter your username (the email address you used when signing up)
  3. Enter your password (which you chose during the sign-up process)
  4. Click Login

1.2

From the Dashboard:

  1. Click the “Website” tab
  2. Click the domains icon

1.3

From the domains page:

  1. Click the Website Domains tab
  2. Click the “+ Domain” button

1.4

In the first Pop Up:

  1. Enter your domain with out http://www.
  2. Click link domain

1.5

In the Configuration Pop Up:

  1. Click the check box if you wish to use this domain to recieve email
  2. Click the link to show you the correct nameservers to use at your domain host
  3. Click “select simple” to continue

1.6

In the Mapping pop up:

  1. Click the Link To drop down
  2. Choose A Website Page on one of my websites
  3. Click Next

1.7

In the Page Details pop up:

  1. If you have more the one website account, select the website you want the domain linked to
  2. Select the single page you wish to point the domain to
  3. Click Next

1.8

In the last pop up:

  1. Click Create

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2.1

Log in to the Private Office

  1. Enter the URL private-office.myrealpage.com
  2. Enter your username (the email address you used when signing up)
  3. Enter your password (which you chose during the sign-up process)
  4. Click Login

2.2

From the dashboard:

  1. Click the Statistics tab
  2. Click the Google Analytics icon

2.3

From the Analytics section:

  1. Log in by clicking the “Access Google Analytics” button

2.4

In the pop up login screen:

  1. Enter your analytics email address
  2. Enter your password
  3. Click sign in

2.5

In the pop up login screen:

  1. Click “+ New Tracking Code”

2.6

From the Google Analytics page:

  1. Click “+ New Account”

2.7

From the new account page:

  1. Select the website option
  2. Choose your option (This example I chose Universal Analytics)
  3. Enter your website title
  4. Enter the URL of the website you want to track
  5. Select your Industry Category (This example i chose Real Estate)
  6. Select your Country and timezone
  7. Enter a title to differentiate if you have multiple accounts
  8. Choose your sharing settings
  9. Click get tracking ID

2.8

From the agreement pop up:

  1. Click “I Accept”

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3.1

Log in to the Private Office

  1. Enter the URL private-office.myrealpage.com
  2. Enter your username (the email address you used when signing up)
  3. Enter your password (which you chose during the sign-up process)
  4. Click Login

3.2

From the dashboard:

  1. Click the Statistics tab
  2. Click the Google Analytics icon

3.3

From the Analytics section:

  1. Log in by clicking the “Access Google Analytics” button

3.4

In the pop up login screen:

  1. Enter your analytics email address
  2. Enter your password
  3. Click sign in

3.5

After logging in:

  1. Click manage tracking codes

3.6

From the linking account pop up:

  1. Select the domain you want to track
  2. Select the tracking code
  3. Click the link button to start tracking
  4. Once linked, your domain will show here
  5. Click close

Click here to learn how to create a new Google Analytics tracking code

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4.1

Once logged into Google Analytics (Analytics Login):

  1. Under the domain of your choice, click All Web Site Data

4.2

From The Reporting Page:

  1. Click Acquisition
  2. Select All Traffic
  3. Click the “Secondary dimension” drop down

4.3

In The Dropdown:

  1. Type “Landing Page”
  2. Select Landing Page from the option (It should be the only option available)

4.4

From The Filter Page:

  1. Your targeted hits are under the (direct) source with the landing page being /
  2. This number will be the amount of direct hits to the main target

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