Regex Tester for Web Analytics

This tool helps you test regular expressions (regex) before you use them in Urchin, Google Analytics, or Angelfish Software.

Instructions

  1. Enter the regex pattern.
  2. Enter items you want the regex to try to match.
  3. Click the "Test Regex" button.
  4. The items matched will display in the Regex Matches section.

List of valid RegEx characters

Regex Pattern


Enter Items to Test (one per line)





Regex Matches



Parting Thoughts

It's a good idea to apply all regex changes in a dev/test environment before applying them to your production reports.

If you haven't heard of Urchin Software before, here's a quick explanation:
About Urchin Software

IP Address Regex Tester

Web analytics products like Urchin, Google Analytics, and Angelfish Software allow you to use IP addresses in filters to include/exclude traffic.

This tool creates a single regular expression that matches all IP addresses in a range.


Step 1

Enter the first IP address in the range. (e.g. 150.222.33.51)

First IP Address:*


Step 2 (optional)

Enter the last IP address in the range. (e.g. 150.222.33.202)
If field is blank, the tool will create regex for the IP address entered in step 1.

Last IP Address:


Step 3: Results

Copy and paste the results below into the "IP address" or "Filter Pattern" field of the "Create New Filter" page.


Parting Thoughts

It's a good idea to test all regex in a dev/test environment before applying them to your production reports.

If you want to see IP address in web analytics reports, use Angelfish Software

UTM Builder

With this tool, you can create destination URLs for your online ads so campaign tags automatically populate your reports.

Fill in the form below and click the "Create URL" button beneath it. A new URL will be generated which you should use in your campaigns.


Step 1: Enter the URL of your website or landing page.

Website URL: *
  e.g. https://www.mysite.com

Step 2: Fill in the campaign details below. Fields with * are required.

Campaign Source: * describes website or location of ad
Campaign Medium: * marketing medium: cpc, email, banner
Campaign Name: * name of campaign, product, or initiative
Campaign Content: used to differentiate links on the same page
Campaign Term: contains bid term/phrase, used for CPC ads

Step 3: or


Additional Information

Campaign Source: Required. Use utm_source to identify a search engine, newsletter name, or other source.
Campaign Medium: Required. Use utm_medium to identify a medium such as email or cost-per- click.
Campaign Name: Used for paid search. Enter the name of the campaign you wish to track.
Campaign Content: Used for A/B testing and content-targeted ads. Use utm_content to differentiate ads or links that point to the same URL.
Campaign Term: Used for keyword analysis. Enter the term you wish to see associated with a campaign or use dynamic keyword insertion in AdWords to have the term automatically inserted: utm_term={keyword}

Parting Thoughts

It's a good idea to test your links in a dev/test environment before applying them to your production ads.

If you haven't heard of Urchin Software before, here's a quick explanation:

About Urchin Software