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pixelnourish says

Hi all,

Was just wondering if there was any way I could set up something (like google analytics) for each of my products, so I can track the hits I get, where they come from and if the pages are found via search engines?

I decided to try putting the javascript of a google analytic code in, but it wouldn’t work – was wondering if anything else might work?

I would prefer to keep it within Google Analytics, as it would just be handy to have everything in one place ;)

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ArikB says

You can’t execute javascript, that’s a major security leak if it were possible.

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pixelnourish says

That’s fine, but is there a way I can do something like this (where it would not be a security problem, or any problem in any way)?

I’m just wondering. I enjoy seeing what people do on the net and how I can use that to gain more exposure.

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