As I’ve been talking about now for a while, I’m migrating a bunch of sites into a WordPress multi-site install. I’m setting this up as a subdirectory install rather than a subdomain install because the five sites are related and I operate each of them.
So, first, a basic question. Can Multisite Analytics handle subdirectories with unique UA codes the same way it can handle subdomains? Can it handle subdirectories at all (figured I should ask)?
Now, let’s punch it up a bit. I have domains a.com, b.com, and c.com and my new multi-site is located at z.com. Once the sites are migrated, they’ll be at z.com/a, z.com/b, and z.com/c. Now, I also have currently active UA codes for each, so a.com is UA-222222-1 and b.com is UA-222222-2, and c.com is UA-222222-3.
If I move these sites over, can I attach all of the z.com traffic (and all the subdomains) to, say, UA-222222-4 and then still track the three other UA codes individually for the individual subdirectory-based sites?
Be kinda cool if it’ll work.
Also, I read in another post that there was some problem tracking pageviews and visits for remapped domains. Is this an issue for subdirectories, or could I trust this plugin to do the tracking I need?
As always, thankee mucho.