To test it, you will want to visit a page on the first site and look
at your cookies (specifically __utmz), then when you click to the 3rd-
party site, look to see if has "?__utma=XXXX...&__utmz=XXXXXX" in the
URL, and if so, check your cookies again (for the 3rd-party site) to
see if the __utmz cookie matches what you had from the first site.
On Apr 15, 11:55 pm, webxpress wrote:
I've been developing a site for a resort, who use a third party online
booking system for reservations. This third party will take whatever
HTML I provide and wrap it around the booking forms on their servers.
I just want to clarify exactly what needs to be done in order to track
bookings from that third party as a goal in the client's current
Currently I have the standard (new) ga.js code on the site.
From what I've read I need to add the following to the tracking
Then add the same script to the third party site, then for every place
on the client's site where it links to the third party site I need to
update the link to call the following, to make sure google counts all
pages the visitor goes to on the third party's site as the same visit: