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Marketing Channels Processing Rules - Internal Traffic

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15-10-2015

For some time now I’ve been getting more than expected internal traffic in my last touch marketing channels reports. On an average week we get about 9%-10% of our traffic from ‘internal’. We do have 5 international sites (language/country specific), all of which are linked together via a footer link, and are included in our internal URL filters. But I have a hard time believing that we getting a tenth of our visitors are moving between sites.  I believe I have followed best practices (screen grab below) on setting up my processing rules.

Anyone see an issue with my processing rules or any ideas on why I would see such a large share of my categorized as internal?

 [img]processing rules.png[/img]

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Thank you Brian! In certain days we are seeing non-persistence cookie visitors are higher. Does that mean transactions/sales from these visitors are not being captured in Omniture? One example is May 19th: we saw a dip in sales in Omniture, but backend data warehouse that processing orders did not show the dip. Could this be caused by Omniture cookie deletion? Why would some days cookie deletion is significantly higher than other days?

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