Do you have the processing rules for marketing channels set up? Create
Marketing Channel processing rules If you do, you can break down all
form submissions (however you have this tracked: event, pageview, etc.)
by the last touch channel. This would tell you, of the form submissions,
how many came via natural search, paid search, etc. If you wanted to
create a segment, you would use the same dimension, i.e. visits or hits
where the last touch channel = paid search.
Try something along these lines:var insurer =
later...ga('gcg.set','dimension70, insurer);Edit: Check your data
different from their name?Edit2: Are the data elements properly set up?
Go to the page, open the dev console and enter
_satellite.getVar('data_element'); Does the value you're expecting come
When you're setting the Insurer, product type and name in the GA tag are
you surrounding the data elements by quotes?i.e. are you doing this
ga('gcg.set','dimension70,"%data_element%");or are you doing this
ga('gcg.set','dimension70,%data_element%);you should be doing the second
Check out the documentation for sending in along additional data in a
trackAction: Track App Actions You can put the current page at the time
of the action into the context data, and then map it to your desired
evar/sprop. Then you'd be able to see the pages/screens on which your
Silly question, but have you pushed your DTM rules to the production
library?When you're testing in your production environment, what DTM
library are you testing with? Are you familiar with the DTM Switch?
Launch and DTM Switch - Chrome Web Store
I'm assuming you're talking about scheduling the delivery of a workspace
project right? If it's only one single table, you could most likely
recreate it as a report (as opposed to a workspace) and send it that way
without the limit.You could also set up a reportbuilder spreadsheet and
schedule it to be sent out that way.
First touch would be helpful to see how customers first got introduced
to your brand. Participation allocation would help you see the
in-between marketing activities, and it would also help you see what
pages they saw before making a purchase. You could look at how many
visits users have before making their first purchase, and how many
visits they do between purchases.Site (internal) search data could help
you find what users are looking for, and what might be hard for them to
find.If you have r...
A bounce is a visit with a single server call: Bounces Is it possible
that when a user lands on these pages more than one server call is sent?
Fire up the Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger - Chrome Web Store and
navigate to these pages like your users would. i.e. are they coming from
an ad, direct traffic, etc. How many server calls do you get?
If a piece of content was published but never received any traffic,
adobe analytics won't have a record of it. If this is your own content
it could be easier to answer your question by looking at the content
management system (CMS) you use. If you're using adobe analytics its
I can see the confusion. The official Adobe definition of a Visit is "A
sequence of page views in a sitting" - Visit. However, this includes
single-page visits.Think of it this way: generally one Unique Visitor
will have one or more Visits. Each Visit will have one or more Page
Views. There are exceptions where a visit may not contain any page views
but only events.