Thank you, that was the reason. I had set it as a "visit" container.
With "Hit" everything works fine. Except that with some metrics like
Average Time on Site, it lists rows with "0" Unique Visitors and 0
Pageviews and so on.
Currently there is the standard possibility to use the dimension "Page"
then I can see all my top visites pages for the whole Report Suite. In
the past we used to segment those "Pages" via a Segment "PageURL
contains..." so that we can only get a specific area of the website. For
example the Area "Cars" has like 5 subpages. We filtered for
"https://***.com/services/cars/" so that only pages were shown in this
"path" and nothing from the whole page. If we apply the segment nothing
happens and eve...
Hello, was there recently a change in Adobe Analytics? For Example I
frequently used the "Page" Dimension and I got a list of all my
Pages.But I applied on that a Page URl Segment like
https://www.***.com/path1/path2/After that I only got a list of Pages
within this URL. This was just like an Area/Page Level tracking.I did
not change the segment and now it does show randomly more pages that are
not related to a specific path.So before it showed pages that are within
a specific area of the websit...
Hi everyone,is there an option to track URLs with CID parameters
like:domain.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=374342432When I add a ?cid
parameter to the url, the website is not available or gets an 404
error.Possibly because the two
is the link working, but the tracking seems not to track.Ps: I deleted
the https because I don't wanted that the domain get...
Thank you for this information! Is there a way to only show for example
Tracking Codes that begins with "SOC" (Social)?If I break down Campaign
Click throughs with pages I get all pages that use the Campaign Tracking
Codes (also ones that are not Paid Traffic like for example a Deeplink
visit that we created). Do I need to create a segment for this? Because
I don't want to filter every result seperately.
What if you create a Fallout funnel or a Flow visualization? So you add
the Page and then add all the possible touchpoints with an "eventual
path" or an OR. Then you would see the percentage how many users visit
at least one other page (or not). Something like this:
Thank you akits, this makes sense."Consider a New Visitor is arriving
your website and the scenario stands the below:Visit 1 : A >> B >> D >>
EVisit 2 : A >> C >> D >> EVisit 3 : B >> C >> D >> EVisit 4 : C >> A >>
D >> EEntry Pages are : A, B and C. It will be counted for every
visit.Original Entry Pages are : Only A. Till you clear your cookie,
your Original Entry Page will remains A because it is the First Page of
your visit to the website.Hope this explains you the difference.Thank
Hi Stefanie,what about to use "Bounces" instead of "Bouncerate"?A visit
that consists of a single server call. For example, a single page visit
is a bounce if a visitor does not interact with the page in a way that
sends data to Adobe, such as clicking a link or a video start. If more
than a single hit is received in a visit, a Bounce is not counted.
Hello,I would like to know how it is possible that when I break down a
specific Tracking Code for "Entry Page Original" that there are pages
the visitors enter that we never promoted in a social ad.Mostly 90% is
the page we promoted but the other 10% are sites that we never promoted
in the ad. How is it possible that those Pages are listed?The goal is to
break down the Trackingcodes, what the first Page visit from the visitor
was.Thank you for your help.Best Regards