Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

saraht69310464

28-08-2018

Hi,

I cannot share with you our internal campaign structure since that is confidential, but here an example.
The Meta1--Meta9 fields refer to campaign metadata fields that you want to track systematically (like type of channel, type of campaign,...)
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Kind regards,

Sarah

Answers (8)

Answers (8)

humanista

28-08-2018

We use UTM codes to track campaigns. Since we use UTM codes, we can use Google's URL builder. We have set up our classification rules to recognize the 5 primary UTM types such as umm_source, etc.

juanp70472845

04-11-2019

Here's a publicly available Adobe UTM Builder that can help you. It requires that you set your s.campaign variable to cid and use the : separator: Adobe UTM Form Manager. I’d recommend signing up for an account quickly (instead of using the public "freemium" version to customize your form options, track who builds the links users, custom-brand the form, and have the company take care of all the needed configurations when it comes to tracking your UTMs in Adobe. Pretty quick and incredibly useful.

juanp51467129

20-08-2019

@vitalin58577727 Yes...there's an Adobe UTM Builder but not made by Adobe. We use the Adobe Analytics UTM Builder (Adobe Analytics UTM Campaign URL Builder | UTM Smart Manager ) to take care of all of it for us. It creates the links with the classifications / parameters we want (source, medium, evars, etc) and then we are able to analyze our data correctly. It's a huge time saver and helped us with our data integrity. The best piece of this UTM builder was that we custom-branded it for our company and now we share it across all our agencies and marketing teams as if it were our own.

Hope this helps

saraht69310464

28-08-2018

Hi,

Yes, it is possible to track campaigns in a similar way in Adobe Analytics. In our company we do it like that as well.
However Adobe does not offer - to my knowledge - a campaign builder tool (like Google). But you can easily set this up yourself in Excel.

Kind regards,

Sarah