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I hope you can offer me some advice or suggestions?
I have an online store set up on my website using Woocommerce. And a blog built on Genesis in a subfolder but on the same domain.
For google analytics, I have set them up under the same account but each one is created as a separate property.
This works fine except I can't tell whether any visitors to the store have come via my blog (it doesn't list the blog under the referrals section). I think it counts them as a direct acquisition - because they are in the same account and same domain.
Any ideas how I can set up google analytics so I can see who has visited the store by coming through the blog?
Thanks in advance!http://www.mochacasa.com
here are some links to get you started:
https://moz.com/community/q/how-to-install-google-analytics-on-main-website-and-a-subfolder#reply_120381 http://curbal.com/blog/track-multiple-sites-subfolders-or-subdomains-with-the-same-google-analytics-account https://www.en.advertisercommunity.com/googleen/rss/message?board.id=Tracking_Goals_and_Ecommerce&message.id=2655
Setting up a Goal with Funnels might also work:
Thanks so much Christoph. The second of your links was especially helpful. Much appreciated!
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