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Google decided with AMP HTML cache to copy the world's content to their own CDNs on google.com, effectively keeping visitors on the google.com domain even after clicking a Google search result. This creates an interesting analytics challenge when your visitors are viewing your content, but are still on google.com. And when that visitor clicks a link to eventually arrive on your original website, it becomes difficult to build an accurate visitor path report using traditional web analytics tools.

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