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Paid account for Google Analytics

 Does anyone have any information on opening a paid account with Google Analyticsto monitor conglomerate website activity that surpasses the 5 million page views limit for GA free accounts.I found…Continue

Started Apr 20, 2011

Google Analytics conglomerate tracking
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Our university is getting ready to transfer all of our websites to a new content management system. This will give us a opportunity to set up a Google Analytics conglomerate account that…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rich Powell Nov 28, 2011.

Google Analytics for university websites
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Our university web team has created more than 100 websites for academic and administrative departments using a content management system.  Each website has its own separate Google Analytics account…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Wiegman Feb 1, 2011.

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Rich Powell replied to Terry Boehmker's discussion Google Analytics conglomerate tracking
"What metrics are the discrepancies appearing in? If it is visitors, unique visitors, and repeat visitors,  these numbers can't be added or multiplied together if there are different profile numbers. There is no way of telling if a unique…"
Nov 28, 2011
Terry Boehmker posted a discussion

Paid account for Google Analytics

 Does anyone have any information on opening a paid account with Google Analyticsto monitor conglomerate website activity that surpasses the 5 million page views limit for GA free accounts.I found some info on GA Data Grabber. Does anyone use that or know how well it provides data?See More
Apr 20, 2011
Mike Henderson replied to Terry Boehmker's discussion Google Analytics conglomerate tracking
"Hi Terry,    I would start with removing one script in the hr.nku.edu and artscience.nku.edu site. You only need to include the analytics script once. You can push to multiple accounts in the same call:   _gaq.push(…"
Apr 13, 2011
Seth Meranda replied to Terry Boehmker's discussion Google Analytics conglomerate tracking
"A few problems with your implementation (taken from view-source:http://hr.nku.edu/) You need to set the same variables on both trackers. For example, if you use _setDomainName on one, it has to be used on the other as well. Only load the ga.js file…"
Apr 13, 2011
Terry Boehmker posted a discussion

Google Analytics conglomerate tracking

Our university is getting ready to transfer all of our websites to a new content management system. This will give us a opportunity to set up a Google Analytics conglomerate account that can track all the websites and give us numbers on total traffic across the CMS. I've been experimenting with a conglomerate tracking account in our present CMS by adding a secondset of Google tracker code with a different profile number to our multiple sites / sub-domains.I started by adding the second set of…See More
Apr 11, 2011
Chris Wiegman replied to Terry Boehmker's discussion Google Analytics for university websites
"While not the same level as Google analytics we use AWStats to aggregate all our sites into a single report. I've yet to find anything that really does a better job."
Feb 1, 2011
Steven Leggett replied to Terry Boehmker's discussion Google Analytics for university websites
"Hey Terry,   GA can track across multiple domains and sub domains. You have to modify the snippet on your pages http://www.google.com/support/analytics/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=55503   And here's putting everything into one…"
Jan 26, 2011
Daniel Evilsizor replied to Terry Boehmker's discussion Google Analytics for university websites
"Dan,   I'd be interested in learning more about your GA setup, we've tried using a similar method at our university, where we use one account and have separate profiles for sub-sites. However once we break out sub-sites into separate…"
Jan 25, 2011
Terry Boehmker left a comment for Michael A. Smith
"MICHAEL, As you suggested, I created a conglomerate tracker in Google Analytics to get combined data on several sites/profiles. I created one combining 2 websites, and it does collect the combined data. But I need some direction…"
Jan 24, 2011
Terry Boehmker replied to Terry Boehmker's discussion Google Analytics for university websites
"MICHAEL, As you suggested, I created a conglomerate tracker in Google Analytics to get combined data on several sites/profiles. I created one combining 2 websites, and it does collect the combined data. But I need some direction…"
Jan 21, 2011
Michael Plyler replied to Terry Boehmker's discussion Google Analytics for university websites
"There is a tool called GA Data Grabber that might work. You'd still have to export the different profiles, but this would create a comprehensive report.   It might be time to create a new profile in GA and redo your scripts. With a CMS,…"
Jan 11, 2011
Michael A. Smith replied to Terry Boehmker's discussion Google Analytics for university websites
"While there's no straightforward way to combine past data, you can create a conglomerate tracker for all your GA profiles. You basically just add a second set of the Google tracker code with a different profile number, and use that same profile…"
Jan 10, 2011
Dan Demmons replied to Terry Boehmker's discussion Google Analytics for university websites
"Hi Terry, Unfortunately I don't think you can combine data across multiple accounts within GA, you could jury rig something in excel etc, outside of GA, but I don't think you can within. I've got GA set up across our institution…"
Jan 7, 2011
Terry Boehmker posted a discussion

Google Analytics for university websites

Our university web team has created more than 100 websites for academic and administrative departments using a content management system.  Each website has its own separate Google Analytics account to monitor the total number of visitors and gauge what pages within that website draw the most interest. Does anyone know if there's a way to set up a Google Analytics account that will combine all of the campus websites into one report that will give us a complete picture of visitors to…See More
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Northern Kentucky University
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Journalism, Public Relations, Web Writing
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Serena Collage, Day
What department or office are you in?
Marketing + Communications
Primary Job Responsibility
Web Editor
Number of students at your institution
15,000

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