your google analytics link needs a "/" after it. it's currently linking to google.com
Apparently the https caused this, so thanks!
this feature is brilliant! it's so easy to see where people are clicking. will Google analytics make money in the future? if so how? also i wish they would integrate Google site-maps completely into it, and also add AdSense and AdWords features.
It seems it's not designed to work with dynamic URLs, it truncates the query strings and counts the clicks per script :(
Sebastian, there is a fix for this.
Go to the Profile settings for the account in question. In "Main Website Profile Information", edit Query Token and replace the '?' with some other character not likely found in your URLs (I replaced mine with an asterisk '*').
Thanks for the hint Andrew! I guess this change isn't retroactive, or I'm not patient enough;) However, at least I can use this neat thingy in the future. Thanks again.
How can I add more than one query in it?