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Google analytics __utm gif request oddities

问题描述:

There are some strange variations that I'd like to understand what they are made for.

I couldn't find out there in the researches I did, so I came here as my last resource.

This is the list of things I'd like to understand:

  1. Two different pages of mine, with the very same JS code snippet, call different URIs. The first one calls https://ssl.google-analytics.com/r/__utm.gif and the second one calls https://ssl.google-analytics.com/__utm.gif. So what's the difference between the /r/__utm.gif and /__utm.gif?
  2. What the parameter utmht is for?
  3. What the parameter utmjid is for? The first URL has a big number value, which looks like an id, while the second one doesn't have any value for it.

I'm asking all this because I believe some of those variations might be making the second URL to not work in the end. Given the second URL is not producing entries (pageviews) in the GA admin pages.

网友答案:

I discovered the root cause of my problem. The cause wasn't lying in the code.

The problem was that marketing team is using a View Filter with specific "Include" rules. And the page that wasn't getting in the statistics wasn't also included in that rule.

I'm not very familiar with all the features Google Analytics provides, so beware about these filter capabilities to avoid spending so much time in a silly thing like I did. :P

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