Cross over traffic report for a single user between two different sites/domains

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vijayaveenab130

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vijayaveenab130

vijayaveenab130

19-06-2019

Hi,

I would like to know how to get a cross over report or traffic for the most important metrics like unique visitor, visits, etc. for a single user who visits two different domains(holds the same MID across both domains).

For example, lets assume

A single company owns two sites A & B. There are web properties and visitor cloud id services already implemented for both the sites separately and analytics is tracked separately in individual report suites. Both the sites have mostly the same functionalities and user behaviors.

I would like to see the traffic combined for both the sites for a single user. if a user visits siteA and then visits siteB, I would want to track the unique visitor count as 1 since it’s the same user across different domains/sites.

I tried using a rollup report combining traffic from both the sites but it combines the unique visitor count for both the site as 2 (1UV+1UV) for a same user.

If a single user visits SiteA and also SiteB, I would want to count it as 1 unique visitor.

Since the mid captured for both siteA and siteB for a single user is same, I would want to be able to see the unique visitor, visits and other important metrics between these two sites together under one report suite.

Could you kindly let me know any solutions that might help me with my requirements.

Note: MID value is already same for a user between two sites.

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Andrew_Chepurny

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Andrew_Chepurny
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24-06-2019

Data Workbench is an independent Server - Client installation that is siloed just for your data.  You can query against your own processing servers which in of itself is nice.  However, you can also use it to stitch together nearly limitless data sources together into one system.  This would include as many report suites as you'd like.  For more information on a demo of Data Workbench, check with your CSM.  Since it is so robust and flexible, each installation is very unique and as such, very limited "generic sample content" is available sadly for demo in public spaces.