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My product search on my website uses HTTP POST to submit the search information. I want to track the search results page, learning what people are searching for and the results that they get. I'm told that I have to switch to using HTTP GET to make that happen.

Is there a way to keep using HTTP POST and still have Google Analytics pick up the information?

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closed as off topic by random Apr 2 '10 at 14:21

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_trackPageView() is what you want. I use it to make specific urls for various Goals, but it would also work for search results.

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