3. In the PROPERTY column, select Tracking Info from the menu
4. Select Tracking Code to get your property's tracking ID and snippet code
5. Give Maker your GA Info
Before moving forward with your cross-domain tracking, ensure that someone from your team has filled out the GA information fields in partner settings.
6. Edit the snippet code
You'll use the same ID and snippet from that property for all of your domains. But you will need to edit the snippet in order for cross-domain tracking to work. (This is longer text located below your Tracking ID).
Copy and paste the snippet where you'll be able to make the necessary changes.
Then, find the create line in the snippet.
ga('create', 'UA-ZZZZZZ-Y', 'stories.com');
In this example, your site - or primary domain- is the example 'stories.com'.
Make the following changes and additions to the snippet (the changes you need to make are in bold red text):
This additional tracking-code snippet must appear every place your GA tracking ID appears on your site (or primary domain).
8. Add Maker as a referral traffic source in your Google Analytics account
Make sure you're still signed-in to your Google Analytics account. Click on the Admin icon again in the menu bar at the bottom of any page.
In the ACCOUNT column, use the dropdown menu to select the account of the site you're linking with Maker.
In the PROPERTY column, use the dropdown to select a property. Once your property is selected, click Tracking Info, then Referral Exclusion List:
To add Maker as a domain, click +ADD REFERRAL EXCLUSION.
Enter Maker's Domain name: Maker. me and click Create to save:
This referral exclusion list uses contains matching, which means that when you enter maker.me as a referral exclusion domain, the traffic from support.maker.me is also excluded (because the domain name contains maker.me).