Internal URL Filters - how to consider domain.com as external to blog.domain.com?

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ankits37454308

07-05-2017

Hello all,

I want to consider domain.com as external to blog.domain.com? Both are two different report suits.

I want this domain.com traffic to be listed in either referring domains or marketing channels. Any one will help. 

I have used blog.domain.com in internal url filters to avoid referring URLs report populate URLs from blog.domain.com.

But the above step is considering all traffic from domain.com also internal and increasing my direct visits in Marketing channel.

What can be the fix or alternate way to track this?

Thanks! 

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Løjmann

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08-05-2017

Hi,

When you setup your marketing channel processing rules, you can define blog.domain.com as its own channel. Just remember to place that rule, ABOVE your internal rule...

/Løjmann

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15-05-2017

        Yes. I tried putting that in internal URL filters and then set up marketing channels with Internal traffic. I did set up rule to show referring domain in marketing channel details to view breakdown.

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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15-05-2017

Hi Ankit,

Did Løjmann's reply answer your question? If so, I'll mark it as correct in case others have the same question.

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Jantzen

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08-05-2017

It depends on how you configure your marketing channels...

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08-05-2017

Løjmann wrote...

Hi,

When you setup your marketing channel processing rules, you can define blog.domain.com as its own channel. Just remember to place that rule, ABOVE your internal rule...

/Løjmann

 

Hi, thank you for for the answer. I will try this. 

So you you mean internal URL filters will not affect traffic coming from domain.com? when internal URL filters act? Before marketing channels or in between? exactly when?