We’re using Adobe Omniture.
I need to track clicks engagement for this page - http://www.netapp.com/us/cloud-marketplace/index.aspx
The main challenge is track clicks (Adobe Omniture is very complicated measuring that metric).
Need your advice how to measure clicks (“exit links”) on URLs that aren’t being tracked by Adobe Omniture.
For example (see below image 1): we have link to registration page https://cloud.netapp.com/ebook-all-cloud-lp (asset is “AllCloud benchmarking eBook”).
I need this report (if possible) on a workspace (see image 2 below):
Unfortunately it looks like you are not currently firing a tag onClick of the Download button on this page:
http://www.netapp.com/us/cloud-marketplace/index.aspx (which I believe is what you're trying to assess)
The good news is that it looks like you are using Adobe DTM to deploy your tags, so firing a tag onClick is quite simple to set up.
You should be able to follow the instructions for setting up an event-based rule using these instructions:
Create Conditions for Event-Based Rules
Here's a quick CSS Selector that I created that may work for you. Keep in mind this is untested and if you are not familiar with DTM, you will want to work with your team that is:
main#n-main-content div.n-band.n-band.n-band-background-accent-20 div.n-layout-flex a:nth-child(2) p.button--inline-action
Another option is leveraging the Bullseye CSS Selector feature in DTM:
Using the CSS Selector
Finally, don't forget to send the data onClick to Adobe Analytics, a Download Link or Custom Link may make sense. This article may be valuable for you:
Hope that helps!
Thanks so much for the reply! I will share this with someone from my team.
I'm not that “tech”, so if I will need support – can I contact Adobe Omniture support?
Online Marketing Manager, eCommerce Cloud Marketing
Sounds great, Guy. Adobe Support should be able to help if you get stuck, but you may also want to recommend that your tech team take advantage of the DTM Community Forums as well. They may get more specific and technical help there. Cheers