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If we're trying to track e-junkie purchases/conversions and want to add the e-junkie tracking code to our pages, should we delete the code provided by google analytics from those pages?
Also, since google website optimizer is being shut down and integrated into Google analytics as Content experiments: https://www.google.com/analytics/siteopt/ab_identify?experiment=& account=4779187 , should we be using the CE code on our pages?
Will E-J code interfere with the other services?
POSTED ON: June 10, 2012 @ 04:55 GMT -7
Regardless of which version of tracking code you choose, you should use the same type of tracking code on ALL your pages where you want to use GA tracking; don't mix'n'match different versions of the code on different pages nor the same page.
Using our version of the GA tracking code in your pages simply adds the ability to track cart-button clicks and tells our system to generate thank-you pages that automatically include the tracking code with Ecommerce Tracking data for GA to pick up there:
You can give up those perks to use other versions of GA tracking code that may provide other functionality you find more important. If you use any other version of the GA tracking code instead of ours and want to track conversions, you would need to add that code in your E-junkie-generated thank-you pages (or in your site's thank-you page if you redirect to that instead of using our thank-you pages):
Tracking conversions from thank-you page visits can be a bit dicey with our system because of how we rely on third-party payment processors for checkout; please see these help pages for further details and tips:
POSTED ON: June 10, 2012 @ 13:18 GMT -7
MODIFIED ON: June 10, 2012 @ 13:21 GMT -7
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