I want to be able to measure the number of goals achieved on our clients website in Google Analytics. The process is that the user fills in the quote form on the home page which is a Majestic Form (CRM tool) and then once the user has filled out that form, they land up on the thank you page which is [url removed, login to view] /thank-you/?id=#reg_id
When I try and verify the goal, the goal says there will be 0 conversions with the data received which is incorrect.
I have contacted Google about this problem and they say the reason why the goals have not been registering is because the analytics code appears three times on the thank you page.
This has probably happened by me testing different wordpress plugins to try to get the analytics code to feature on the page. Each plugin has added the code without removing the old code.
We then hired someone to remove the analytics code and he assured us there is only 1 code on the page.
I have sent an email to google support regarding the correct creation of "goals" as i want to accurately reflect how many quote requests are initiated by adwords to take the guess work out of the equation.
Todays google guy named Ryan says that there are still two Google analytics tracking codes on the page at the moment. He says the setup is absolutely fine and he cannot understand why it isn't tracking. He thinks it may be something silly and has placed me on hold to try to see what he can find.
Ryan says he isn't able to find our Thank You Page on the list of over 300 pages that HouseCheck consists of. [url removed, login to view]
He feels that we may have a cross domain tracking problem. To sort this out we will need a developer to modify the code on our site as well as on the domain of the other site.
Here is a link to `Googles help page on Cross domain tracking: [url removed, login to view]
Here is the link to the developer help site for implementation: [url removed, login to view]
We need to implement cross domain tracking.
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