How to Track Subdomains with Google Analytics 4

How to Track Subdomains with Google Analytics 4

Learn how to configure Google Analytics 4 to work on multiple subdomains of the same domain.

If your business runs on multiple websites, e.g. www.mywebsite.com, blog.mywebsite.com, app.mywebsite.com, then you might be wondering what should be done with GA4?

Should you create separate properties?
Maybe one property and multiple data streams?
What about cookie settings?

All of that (and more) is explained in this tutorial.

=== LINKS ===

✭ Tutorial: Cross-domain tracking in Google Analytics 4
https://www.analyticsmania.com/post/cross-domain-tracking-in-google-analytics-4/?utm_medium=video&utm_source=youtube.com&utm_campaign=am%20yt%20-%20subdomain%20tracking%20ga4%202021

📕 Free e-book: Getting Started with Google Analytics 4
https://www.analyticsmania.com/p/getting-started-with-google-analytics-4/?utm_medium=video&utm_source=youtube.com&utm_campaign=am%20yt%20-%20subdomain%20tracking%20ga4%202021

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10 thoughts on “How to Track Subdomains with Google Analytics 4”

  1. I tried this, but I have 14 subdomains all having their own property in Search Console. GA4 only permits 1 link to Search Console. Is my search console set up incorrectly perhaps?

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