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How to Set "wp-login?action=register" as a Goal?

   
5:57 pm on Jul 30, 2010 (gmt 0)

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I can't get Google Analytics Goals to work for me. My objective URL looks something like this:

http://example.com/wp-login.php?firsttime=cb&item=1&cbreceipt=3QZBBRVE&time=1279636930&cbpop=06F95127&cbaffi=0&cname=AMMAD+UDDIN+AHMED&cemail=omar.foobar@example.com&czip=&ccountry=PK&name=Omar+Anwar&email=omar.foobar@example.com&detail=Complete+Services+for+*Omar+Anwar*&user_login=foobar&code=1


Of that long URL, the part I'm interested in is: "wp-login.php?firsttime"

So, I read this tip on Google Analytics help page:

Search your Top Content report using your regular expression. The report filter allows regular expressions, so your goal page should appear if your regular expression is written correctly.


So, I searched Top Content for "wp-login.php?firsttime" but I got no results. Then I tried to search for the string "firsttime" only, and the correct results were returned.

Now in the Goals settings page, I choose the following settings

Match Type = Regular Expression Match
Goal URL = firsttime

Are my settings correct?