Tagging Product Position

jaronb96343475

21-03-2019

Hello All,

I'm looking for feedback on tracking the position of products for an Internal Search Result Page - pre and post click.

Example: User searches a keyword, hits enter. An internal search results page appears with relevant products.

The idea then is to track the position of a product as it appears for a certain keyword before the User clicks on one.

Is this possible? Curious to see if it has been done before by anyone within the community.

Thanks!

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

Asheesh_P

MVP

23-03-2019

Yes, you should set the product position on the search result page view. example.

s.products=;apple ipad air;;;;eVar1=1,;apple ipad mini;;;;eVar1=2,

s.eVar2=iPad

s.event1=1

  • eVar1 tracks product position, its settings should be allocation last touch, expire after the visit, Merchandising product syntax. See snapshot
  • eVar2 tracks internal search keyword
  • event1 tracks count of the search result page.

merch-enable.png

Workspace Report: Freeform table > Dimension eVar2 breakdown by "products" by eVar1 use metric event1

Thanks,

Asheesh

Answers (4)

Answers (4)

jaronb96343475

15-04-2019

There was an implementation error. It was setup under Product Syntax however developers implemented it as if it were Conversion Syntax. Thanks for the help!

Asheesh_P

MVP

04-04-2019

Are you seeing value in product position ever?

If yes - Are you setting all the above three variables in the same call?

If yes - can you share network call or debugger results.

Lmk