Three Properties, one Google Analytics Code?

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    TuffRivers Newbie

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    Hi All,

    I have three sites, one root domain and two subdomain (usa.root, east.root, root.com) they all sell exact same products, only difference is one has USD pricing.

    Should i use one GA code for all three sites? Or should i seperate them?
     
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    Use single GA code for all sites, but just check in google for some guides, how to setup everything properly.
     
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    I used a single code, then created filters to filter out the country to get site specific data. So i have

    1. All website data (holistic view)
    2. Canada Only
    3. USA Only
     
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    Good Job, you can use Tag manager in future when you have to include FB pixel and any other tracking code.
     
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    I am actually going to implement tag manager now. I just needed to make sure this AM i didnt have a limbo between old agency stats and our stats. GTAG mang should be a life saver so i can implement event codes on specific pages... hosted ecomm solution i am using does not allow me to do this easily and i dont to muck around in the template files