i have a website with GA installed, just created a subdomain and want to track it too...
please suggest, how to track subdomain ?
You just add a new profile for that domain. http://www.google.com/support/analytics … swer=55486
we can track sub domains within the same profile as the domain. These are the basic steps:
1. Set up a new profile that will track all domains together. Make sure to preserve a master profile that tracks only the top-level domain. In order to do so,we'll need to add additional lines to our tracking code for the top domain and the sub domains. Learn more about creating duplicate profiles.
2. Use a filter on the profile to distinguish between sub-domains.
3. Modify the tracking code for the domain and any sub-domains you want to track together.
4. Set up your links and form posts between all domains.
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