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How to track internal search terms that do NOT populate in URL

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14-02-2020

Our site does not populate our internal search terms in the URL (not even a coded version that can be fixed by classification rules).

 

Instead, the term only populates in the body like this -

 

H1 class="aafes-page-head-sm">
Results for:
reebok
</h1>

 

Is there a way to have the system search for the string and return the results? If so, how? 

 

Thanks,

Jon

internal search terms search

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15-02-2020

Dear andersonjh,

If you are using Tag Manager, you can create a data element to scrape the Page Elements and pass the values to the respective Prop or eVar. Your developer can help, reach out.

Make sure that you set the values before firing the Adobe Analytics Base Call (s.t()).

Thank You, Arun.