I was operating a web site profile using Analytics. When I changed my site domain, I add new profile and deleted old one.
I want to restore the old one now. No way?

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Once you delete it, it's gone.


If you are an adwords customer, you can be rest assured that your account will get restored in no time. What you have to do is to log into your AdWords account and click on the Analytics email support options. (this is what i had done)

You can also write to: "AdWords Support"

You can also post your problem in the forum http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Google+Analytics/thread?tid=1b47f1608b93e735&hl=en

and can also visit: http://www.google.com/support/analytics/bin/request.py?contact_type=contact_policy

However, please note, for the time when the profile remained deleted, you will not see any data in the profiles.

Source: http://www.sourcing2india.com/content/how-recover-deleted-account-google-analytics

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    Hi. Link only answers don't make for good answers. If the page linked to moves or is deleted your answer becomes worse than useless. Please summarise the relevant part of the page here using the link as a reference.
    – ChrisF
    Nov 29, 2011 at 10:23

Yes, Google Analytics website profile which has been removed can be restored. I have restored my deleted Google Analytics account.

If you have a Google AdWords account, you should be able to recover it with in 24 hours.

I got this answer after emailing [email protected]

You can see more details here: http://support.google.com/adwords/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=8206&ctx=go&&contactus=1

Hello Indramani,

Hope you are doing fine!

I have good news for you regarding your deleted account! I've restored it for you and you should be able to see data in it.

Please check to see if all is fine with the account! Hope I've been of help! Also, I value your feedback. You may receive a satisfaction survey, for this conversation we had, in the next 24 hours--please fill it out. It's a very short survey (we promise!) and your feedback will help us improve our customer service.

Thanks so much for taking it!

Sincerely, Padma The Google AdWords Team


You have a month to change your mind. Nowadays, you don't delete Google Analytics accounts, properties, and views. You "move them to the Trash Can." Then if you don't restore them within 35 days, they are permanently deleted.

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