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How do I add tracking to a particular page on Google Analytics?

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Hello:

I have Google Analytics set up for my website, but I would like to add tracking to a particular page I just added. However, I cannot seem to find this ability anywhere.

I was able to add pages initially, but not thereafter. In the attached picture you can see on the bottom right that I have individual pages tracked - I would like to add to these pages, but it's not obvious how to do so.

Thanks!
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Question by:Ryman1
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by:thebradnetwork
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On Google analytic go to add another domain to this page and remove your previous JS code and replace it with the "new domain" code. I know its not a new domain but that's the only way to get it to track a specific page with a different set of data.
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by:thebradnetwork
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I do see that your website is done in PHP and if your pages are created dynamically through a CMS that wont work.
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by:Ryman1
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I don't see where to do that, can you guide me a little?

In response to your other point, it actually is tracking all the cms pages - you just install the Google Analytics Module for each page.
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by:Ryman1
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An example of tracking data.

It just amazes me that there's no simple way to add another ...
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ok...on the bottom left hand corner after you login go to "add website profile" (as seen in image 1). Next add a new domain...since you really arnt adding a "new domain" just put the URL so if your website is www.domain.com and your trying to get to ww.domain.com/support name it that. Select add a profile to a new domain. Once you hit finished it will give you the code and past that code inside the page that you need the data to display in and it will display it seperately.
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by:Tony McCreath
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How are you "adding pages". Are you writing the html yourself or using a CMS as thebradnetwork suggested.

If its a CMS and their other pages are indexed, I would assume new ones would be too.

If your manually creating these pages did you add the analytics code to the end of the page?

Another possible thing. Analytics, by default does not show stats for the last day or so. So are you displaying dates that would pick up hits to your new page?
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