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I have two subdomains for my business: and

I want to track these subdomains separately in Google Analytics. This page tells me how to set up filters and everything, which is great, but how do I actually view the traffic for each subdomain and stuff like that?

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Simply visit Google Analytics website. Create a new profile. Click "New Property". There you'll have all the options to add home site, setup filters everything. Once you're setup, you can track all the traffic of all your subdomains.

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Thanks for the response. I've already done all that stuff. The part I don't know how to do is the "track all the traffic of all your subdomains" part. I'm seeing the traffic, etc. for (and my other TLDs) but not – Jason Swett Jan 27 '12 at 16:59
I think the trick is to create multiple profiles, each having individual filters that includes the traffic from a subdomain depending on the filter. And edit the script accordingly. – Bibhas Jan 27 '12 at 17:56
Ah. Okay, I'll try that. Thanks. – Jason Swett Jan 29 '12 at 1:33
That didn't work, either. – Jason Swett Jan 31 '12 at 22:40

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