Make a "Social Media" referring domains type

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normcloutier8

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normcloutier8

normcloutier8

05-03-2010

With clearly established leaders in this space, isn't it time we classify FaceBook, Twitter, Linked in, etc. as you do with search engines?

 

This is does not replace the need for: 

     Make Referring Domains classifiable via SAINT

     http://ideas.omniture.com/t5/Omniture-Idea-Exchange/Make-Referring-Domains-classifiable-v ia-SAINT/idi-p/617

 

But it does mitigate it.

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adierl

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adierl

adierl

05-03-2010

there will be a social category in SC soon. It was one of Brett's announcements

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nickdietsch

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nickdietsch

12-04-2010

This was mentioned during Summit as an upcoming enhancement to the Referrer Type report. I'm definitely interested in seeing it in a future release.

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benjamingaines2

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benjamingaines2

22-07-2010

This has been implemented with the SiteCatalyst v14.8 release.

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normcloutier8

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normcloutier8

normcloutier8

22-07-2010

I'm afraid I'm not seeing it. I have logged out and come back in fresh.

 

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normcloutier8

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normcloutier8

26-07-2010

So it's there, now, great, and THANKS!

 

But when I correlate to the referring domains, instead of a "breakdown" of social I see ALL domains? Where can I go to find what Omniture considers social domains?

 

Also: Since this was basically a classification of domains, why is it only available moving forward? I mean, the classification should be applied to referrals going back at least a year so we can trend the data.

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jcwapo

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jcwapo

01-10-2010

How about adding social media to the dropdown filter as well?  It's frustrating to filter out search engines AND social media when selecting 'external'.

 

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