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Gigazelle
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  • 15-10-2015
    Hi Michael,Do you know what variables you're passing SKUs into? Purchase IDs are only available in the data warehouse capability, so you'd most likely be using that.---If this answer was helpful, mark it with a 'heart'. If this answered your question, mark it correct.

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  • 15-10-2015
    Yes, they are the same. The reason why Data Connectors is offered as a solution is so clients can get this specific subset of data, since it works directly with our partners. I'm not aware of another method to obtain this data, unless you had access to the unique identifier for the partner in questi...

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  • 15-10-2015
    Using the data connectors capability would be able to provide you with pre-click to conversion data. When a user clicks on a link, a cookie is set that links up pre-click to post-click data.By combining the data between what you get on your site with what the 3rd party provides, you can link up pre-...

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  • 15-10-2015
    Pre-click data to conversion would be rather difficult, however post-click (once they arrive on your site via the ad) to conversion could be done with relative ease.You can assign a query string value to each different ad, and capture the query string into an eVar. From there it's as easy as accessi...

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  • 15-10-2015
    Impressions from third-party sites are usually tracked by the ad vendor, as they track it by the number of times your ad was called from their servers. There's not an easy way to attach Analytics code to that, however you can use data sources to import that data into Adobe Analytics and report off o...

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  • 15-10-2015
    You are correct there on all fronts.

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  • 15-10-2015
    If you visit a site, you do not necessarily have to come via a tracking ID. This visit would increment key metrics visits, but not total visits in the tracking ID reports.You can trust both numbers - however, which one you want to use is up to you.---If this answer was helpful, mark it with a 'heart...

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  • 15-10-2015
    You are comparing an eVar report to a key metrics report, which display completely separate things. Visits to an eVar does not automatically equate to visits of an entire report suite. I anticipate this is the cause of the discrepancy you're seeing.

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  • 15-10-2015
    Hi CunnYong,I've seen several discrepancies between individual and global report suites, most being attributed to different ways the reports are pulled. Can you provide details on exactly how you pulled each report, and how far off the two numbers you're comparing are?

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  • 15-10-2015
    Instances should be a default metric in many reports, as long as you're logged in to the latest version. If you're logged in to SiteCatalyst 14, it's possible instances won't show up.If you aren't seeing instances as a metric where you know it should be, that's definitely something I'd recommend sub...

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