Good day experts,
In this post, Entry Page and Hit Depth, Real-Case I asked one question about how to identify the Re-entry.
Now, I would like to understand how to get the conversion% contributed by the Re-entry channel.
Search from Google > Home Page > Series Page > Sub-Series Page > Product Page > Convert
Search from Google > Home Page > Series Page > Sub-Series Page > Search from Bing again then > Landing to Product Page > Convert
Search from Bing > Home page > Internal Search > Product Page > Convert
Search from Bing > Product Page > Series Page > Product Compare Page > Product Page > Convert
Besides the Adobe default "Referring Domain", we captured "Referral Domain" in a prop as well.
So, in this visit, we could capture "Referral Domain" 2 values: Google.com, Bing.com
Under this situation, how can we get the "Source:Bing" conversion: from Bing AND landing on Product Page THEN convert?
Converstion: 2, that is: Visit2 and Visit4 can be included.
When breakdown by Prop: Referral Domain:
Bing can be counted 2.
What I am doing: Create a segment:
Conatiner: Visit Level
Referral Domain contains bing.com
Page Type equals Product Page
Container: Hit Level
Actual Result: I can see Convert=2, but when breakdown by Referral Domain, only 1 can be counted under Bing. Which I think is visit2.
I think this makes sense as per our discussion in another thread Clear Clarification on: Referrer, Referrer (eVar), Referrer (Prop)
i.e. conversion from visit 2 and 4 and break down by prop - visit 2