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CourtneyC26
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All three Constant Contact accounts that I manage have been showing the following traffic source in the GA4 report: Email/Dbafgbag-Dbagbdg. The only common element is Constant Contact. Is anyone else seeing this in their reporting?

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William_A
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Hello @CourtneyC26 ,

 

The only data we pass back to Google Analytics is from the parameters that you'd add to the links in your campaigns. Unless you're explicitly adding the "Dbafgbag-Dbagbdg" to your links, we wouldn't really have any insight on that code, nor why it would be showing up in your GA reporting. It may be more worthwhile to reach out to GA's support, to see what insight they'd have over that specific traffic code.


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William A
Community & Social Media Support

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William_A
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Hello @CourtneyC26 ,

 

The only data we pass back to Google Analytics is from the parameters that you'd add to the links in your campaigns. Unless you're explicitly adding the "Dbafgbag-Dbagbdg" to your links, we wouldn't really have any insight on that code, nor why it would be showing up in your GA reporting. It may be more worthwhile to reach out to GA's support, to see what insight they'd have over that specific traffic code.


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William A
Community & Social Media Support
CourtneyC26
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Hello, 

 

I found another thread from a completely different customer explaining the exact same issues. This seems to defintely be coming from or related to Constant Contact. This needs to be investigated and resolved. 

https://community.constantcontact.com/t5/Questions-Discussions/Concerning-Traffic-from-Emails/td-p/4...

William_A
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Our higher level technical team is advising you reach out to Google Analytics for support regarding this reporting.


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William A
Community & Social Media Support
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