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ughh this is a big hairy question for many businesses and from past experience consulting, it's going entirely succeed/fail based on your specific business & it's existing operational behavior / employees comfort level in adopting new tools. Integrating across existing software/tools is always th...

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There are three types of metrics that you want to collect. 1) Aggregate metrics 2) Cohort metrics 3) Funnel metrics A tool like Flurry is OK for aggregate metrics. Google Analytics for mobile is probably the better choice depending on your needs. For cohort and funnel metrics, I prefer using ...

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Here you can find a solution: http://www.lunametrics.com/blog/2015/03/19/eliminating-dumb-ghost-referral-traffic/

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I would start with google analytics. If you configure it correctly you can get quite far down the line for free. Once you start seeing revenue and need more detail you can move over to one of the more premium or paid for systems.

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Google Analytics is the best free tool out there for this. Make sure that you are focusing your report on conversions - how many/what percentage of website visitors are taking action (filling out a form, buying a product, etc.). If you're interested in paying for help, you should check out Moz ...

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always save the original profile as a backup. that said, this is an easy problem to solve. you just need to use this line of code above the "trackpageview" line.... _gaq.push(['_setDomainName', 'example.com']); here's an easy tool to help http://gaconfig.com/one-domain-with-subdomains/ here's...

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You mention, that you can code and maintain yourself, and at the same time it sounds like your data can be dispersed across multiple sources. And you want to minimise license cost. In my business we use R a lot for both analysis and reporting. It is free (open source), but you will have to build...

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I've done a lot of complex analytics installations, usually cross-domain and including AdWords and manual tagging with conversion tracking of ecommerce transactions. The gclid by default will override the manual UTM values in Analytics so that is what you are looking for. If you are just grabbi...

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You can simply use Microsoft Excel and its filters. Filter the data and click on the filter of the colum where similiar texts are. After that use "contains" filter and put a kew after the last column of your data. Excel is a great tool that you can use it also for grouping the data and analyse ...

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