HubSpot will automatically track any page that has your account's tracking code installed on it. All HubSpot hosted pages automatically include this code, and you can install the tracking code on your external or Wordpress site.
In addition to adding the tracking code to your external site, you will want to ensure that your external site's domain or subdomain is added to your Reports Settings > Domains List. Any domain or subdomain on this list will be seen as part of your site in HubSpot's reporting and visits between your HubSpot hosted and external sites will be filtered out of your Sources referral traffic and other reporting.
Follow these steps to define the list of domains and subdomains that you want to track in HubSpot.
1. Go to Report Settings
Go to Reports > Report Settings in your account.
2. Make sure the domains you want to track are listed in the domains table
Scroll to the Domains table and confirm that the domains you want to limit visitor tracking to are listed in the table. You can add additional domains and subdomains using the plus button.
You still need to have the tracking code installed on the listed domains in order to track visitor's information.
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