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post Mar 5 2010, 09:19
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Verschillende scenario's voor implementeren van Analytics:

Cross-Domain Tracking
A default setup of Google Analytics is designed to track content and visitor data for a single domain, such as dogs.example.com or www.example.com.

However, suppose you want to use Analytics for more complex situations, such as tracking

all visitors to both dogs.example.com and www.example.com, with data for both showing in the same report profile
only visitors to the www.example.com/dogs subdirectory in a separate report as if it were a single site
all visitors to two domains that you own, such as www.example.com and www.example2.com, with data for both showing in the same report profile
visitor and pageview data for content in an iFrame of another domain.
In any of these cases, you'll need to do some customization to the tracking code in order to correctly track visitors. Before doing this, it's a good idea to read about Domains and Directories as they are defined in a default Analytics installation.

Use the following table to view sections in the rest of this document, and as a reference for the tracking code modifications suggest for each method. Once you have decided on a tracking method, be sure to also read the Site Linking Considerations at the end of this document.

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