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27-05-2021

Hello,

 

This is possibly a very trivial request but I wasn't able to capture the right data.

 

I need to track when someone clicks on a hyperlink on page A that leads to another page B (within the same website). I need to see the usage of this particular link so not people who were on A and arrived on B via other routes.

 

Tested a built:

(Include Visit)

Page Name = A

then within 1 Page Name

Page Name = B

 

It narrows the pool but doesn't give accurate numbers. The hyperlink was implemented today and there is traffic from previous days (which it shouldn't).

Would anyone be able to recommend a solution?

There is no Activity Map Link implemented, or no eVar available at this point.

 

Maybe some exclusion..?

 

Thank you!

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@FSUT , there are few options:

1. Use a Segment with THEN within 1 Page View.

2. Use Activity Map dimensions together with the destination page (it will make a link between the hyperlink and page B).

 

Note that the fallout visualisation with NEXT HIT will work only if there was no any other hits between page A view and page B view. This is why the two options above would work more stable.

 
 

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If you need to know how many people clicked on the link on Page A to get to Page B, then you should consider using a Fallout visualisation.

Step 1: Page --> Page A

Step 2: Custom Link --> the link

Step 3: Page --> Page B

Between each steps, Analysis Workspace defaults to "Eventual Path". You could change that to "Next Hit", i.e. the next action after opening Page A is to click that link.