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Re: How to Share your Top 10 Posts

Morgan ·
THAT is a great idea! Nice way to recap the year too! Thanks for the suggestion!
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Re: How to Share your Top 10 Posts

Rosemary O'Neill ·
You're welcome Morgan! I'd love to see your list when it's done!
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Re: How to Share your Top 10 Posts

Morgan ·
Hi Rosemary! Is there a way to create a collection for forum posts in this manner so it can be pulled into a widget like you suggest with the blog posts?
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Re: How to Share your Top 10 Posts

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Not right now, but as I was writing this post I realized that would be a cool idea...want to go suggest it at https://www.socialstrata.com/support ? That way we can get it voted up
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Re: How to Share your Top 10 Posts

Morgan ·
Done. And I just posted my top 10 forum posts . Happy Holidays!
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Re: How to Share your Top 10 Posts

Morgan ·
Will do! Have a great weekend!
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Re: Google Analytics

Jonmark Weber ·
Good evening again Terrence, Nope, once you put your Google Analytics ID into the control panel setting Hoop.la should start including it on all requests, and you should see data start populating into your google account soon after. Cheers, Jonmark
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Usage Stats Confirm Power of Community

Ted O'Neill ·
We track overall usage for all of our Hoop.la sites (numbering in the thousands now).  One thing that REALLY jumped out at me while looking at the stats for February was this:   This is the "Days Since Last Visit" stat in Google...
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How to Share your Top 10 Posts

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Sunday afternoons, when I was a kid, you'd find me huddled on the floor with my ear to the radio, listening intently for Casey Kasem's American Top 40 countdown.  Did The Carpenters slip a spot? Did that new song from the Saturday Night Fever...
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How to use Google Translate with your Hoop.la

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Did you ever wonder what your Hoop.la site would look like in Swahili? Now you can expand your audience by offering visitors the option to see your Hoop.la site in the language of their choice.  Here's how to implement it on your...
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Google Analytics

Terrence O'Hanlon ·
I put my google tracking code in the analytics link. Are there any other steps I need to take to ensure traffic is being tracked?
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Google Analytics tag - where is this coming from?

David VanHook ·
I'm seeing this code on our Forum pages: <script> window.ga=window.ga||function(){(ga.q=ga.q||[]).push(arguments)};ga.l=+new Date; ga('create', 'UA-8909282-8', 'auto', 'master'); ga(function() { ga.getAll().forEach(function(tracker) { tracker.send('pageview'); }); }); </script> I have no idea what that account number is or where this is coming from, but I think it's throwing off our own GA tracking. We do not have any value put into the GA field in our Analytics page: It's not in...
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Re: Google Analytics tag - where is this coming from?

Brian Lenz ·
Hi Dave, You can't get rid of that; it's our internal Hoop.la tracking code for Google Analytics. It shouldn't matter, however; it will not affect your own Google Analytics ID. You can just enter your own Google Analytics ID in the control panel, and you'll be set (at the location of your screenshot). You do not need to include the full custom GA code, as Hoop.la handles that automatically. If you are including the full GA script code, it's possible that's the source of the issue. Hope that...
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Re: Google Analytics tag - where is this coming from?

David VanHook ·
Unfortunately, we can't just enter our own ID number as we need to customize our code more than that. Our Analytics data all goes into the same bucket; we don't have a separate property ID for the Forums. I'll take a look and see if it's still going in, in which case there's no problem -- but I'm getting a warning from my Chrome GA plugin about having two tags on the same page. Thanks!
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Re: Google Analytics tag - where is this coming from?

Brian Lenz ·
OK, sounds good! Let us know how it goes And happy Friday!
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Re: Google Analytics tag - where is this coming from?

David VanHook ·
Brian: I happen to be working on converting our GA code from analytics.js to GTM, and I just discovered: the way this is set up is double-counting traffic. I'm getting two calls to GA for each pageview. You can see it by using the Google Analytics debugger extension in Chrome. Here's a screenshot: https://cl.ly/72e05ba60666 Our GA code has already executed before this -- and as you can see, the way the GA code is firing when your hidden code gets executed, it's re-firing the previous call as...
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Re: Google Analytics tag - where is this coming from?

Brian Lenz ·
Hi David, I can't think of a way to disable or alter the built-in GA behavior in Hoop.la without a code customization. I think you may be able to do what you're doing by using a unique trackerName . From the Google Analytics docs: https://developers.google.com/...mand-queue-reference Try changing your code to: ga('cigaraficionado.create', 'UA-XXXXXX-XX', 'cigaraficionado.com'); ga('cigaraficionado.require', 'linkid', 'linkid.js'); ga('cigaraficionado.send',...
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Re: Google Analytics tag - where is this coming from?

David VanHook ·
Thanks, Brian -- what I ended up doing is changing that 'send' to 'set', and then allow your send loop to send both ours and yours. It appears to be working, if you check out the Forums now. Not seeing a second pageview anymore -- do you?
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Re: Google Analytics tag - where is this coming from?

Brian Lenz ·
Yep, it looks good now!
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Re: Page View Limit Increase Request

Lori ·
Hi, Gail! It looks like Dave is helping you on your other ticket , so I'll close this one. Happy New Year! Lori
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Page View Limit Increase Request

grm4love ·
for some reason i have had very few visitors to my message boards but the analytics have started to rise.. they lowered once I switched over to standard throttling after I changed it from don't throttle. I used to list the message boards on the search engines but I don't want the robots so could someone please explain to me how to create a robots.txt file and what I should say in it to stop the robots from scanning. Thank you.
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