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Targeting multiple URLs, is it possible without multi-page?

chrisa82305697
Level 2
Level 2

I'd like to run an experiment on my homepage. We have multiple urls for the homepage that I would like to target:

www.mysite.com

www.mysite.com/homepage

www.fr.mysite.com

www.fr.mysite.com/homepage

I also want to EXCLUDE urls that have a specific query param:

www.mysite.com?ignorethispage=true

 

Is it possible to handle this with the url targeting? It looks like I can only add ONE "or" condition and then add multiple "ands" to that single "or".

Thanks!

1 Accepted Solution
Jon_Tehero
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

This setup below should work:

The only limitation is that people will qualify for the activity url when they view that primary URL (http://www.mysite.com) regardless of whether or not the query "ignorethispage" = true. If that is a problem, you can account for this by simply adding the negative condition (ignorethispage=true) to your audience and you will be covered.

Hopefully that helps

- Jon Tehero, Sr. Product Mgr, Adobe Target

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Jon_Tehero
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

This setup below should work:

The only limitation is that people will qualify for the activity url when they view that primary URL (http://www.mysite.com) regardless of whether or not the query "ignorethispage" = true. If that is a problem, you can account for this by simply adding the negative condition (ignorethispage=true) to your audience and you will be covered.

Hopefully that helps

- Jon Tehero, Sr. Product Mgr, Adobe Target

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chrisa82305697
Level 2
Level 2

Thanks Jon,

I wasn't aware that you could add multiple entries to each input!