|Google Tag not sending data to Analytics Dashboard|
That hit looks correct.
Can you try refreshing the page while viewing the
real time reports?
Also make sure your filters/views are excluding
the hits and that you are looking at the correct
|Maintain campaign tracking in the URL?|
You do not need to persist them through the page.
Google Analytics assigns an id to the visitor
which is maintained in a cookie and is used to
stitch a sequence of pageviews together into a
If a session starts with an url that has campaign
parameter GA will attribute the whole session to
that campaign. It will also attribute following
visits to the same campaign unless those following
|How to track download content|
For the Google Analytics I would go with an event
trigger (or a virtual pageview if you prefer
in both cases you will be able to track it (and
see it happening in the debug console).
|Add a google events tracking to a submit form|
You are using the wrong syntax if you have UA
tracking your site. The correct syntax for the
onclick should be:
onclick="ga('send', 'event', 'Contact',
'Information Request','Contact form', 1);"
One you have that changed, you can trigger the
event and immediately check your Real-time reports
to see if the hit is successfully sent.
|Google Analytics tracking code doesn't track page views|
The code looks fine, and I am able to see the
pageview hits for both trackers. If you just
installed this code on your pages, then it takes
at least 24 hours for the data to be processed
into your standard reports. As long as you are
seeing it in the Real-Time reports, then you
should be fine, and only need to wait a bit
|Getting MCF Conversions path data from Google Bigquery|
All of the trafficSource fields in BigQuery Export
for Google Analytics use campaign attribution as
described in this processing flow, which will
overwrite direct traffic with the most recent
campaign (if there is one and it is within the
specified timeout), as you mentioned.
If you are using Universal Analytics, you can
adjust the campaign timeout to be shorter than the
6 month default. For exam
|Google Analytis for visitors|
Google Analytics Super Proxy allows you to show
data from your Google Analytics account to users
even if they aren't logged in. It works by
setting up an API token before hand then
generating a public URL you can use to load into