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Displaying Top Pages via Specific Tracking Codes

richardw1366142
Level 1
Level 1

Hi,

I was wondering if you can help me with this. I want to create a "free-form" table that displays the top pages based on 5 very specific tracking codes. Is there a way to accomplish this?

Any help would be most appreciated

1 Accepted Solution
Gigazelle
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

I would recommend creating a segment defined as:

Visits where tracking code=1 or tracking code=2  or tracking code=3 or tracking code=4 or tracking code=5

Open a new freeform table, pull in the pages dimension, then drag your segment at the top of the panel. This should give you the data you need.

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rameshk28785
Level 5
Level 5

Hi Richard,

Could you please elaborate which tracking code data are you looking via pages? Is it campaign tracking for internal (or) external promotions?

Thanks,

Ramesh

rameshk28785
Level 5
Level 5

Hi Richard,

You may want to try below options to get the data you are looking for:

1) Run Campaigns > External Campaign Code report and filter with top 5 data. It shows top 5 performing external campaign codes data.

2) Run Full URL report (If you implemented to capture full url data through any variable) and filter with your external campaign code (example: www.abc.com?source=ebaca6365) filter with "?source=e" to show top performing pages based on top 5.

Thanks,

Ramesh

richardw1366142
Level 1
Level 1

Thank you, what about creating a free form table in workspace?

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rameshk28785
Level 5
Level 5

Same way you should try in workspace too. Both options should work.

richardw1366142
Level 1
Level 1

What if the tracking codes that I want to look at aren't in the top 5?

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rameshk28785
Level 5
Level 5

Below are some possible reasons:

1) Check the correct date range of the report from campaign start date to end date.

2) Crosscheck the campaign URL source code parameters, whether if all parameters placed correctly

Gigazelle
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

I would recommend creating a segment defined as:

Visits where tracking code=1 or tracking code=2  or tracking code=3 or tracking code=4 or tracking code=5

Open a new freeform table, pull in the pages dimension, then drag your segment at the top of the panel. This should give you the data you need.

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