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AdamGreco
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  • 15-10-2015
    You can simply build a segment to isolate visits from the referrer of interest and use normal pathing reports to see what you are looking for. However, if you want to, you can concatenate the referrer to the pagename value in a new sProp and then enable pathing for that sProp and see all path flows ...

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  • 15-10-2015
    Stephen,I am not sure I agree with what Shekar recommended. Here is what I would do:Create a new sProp and pass the same value as you are passing in s.pagename. Call this sProp Post Internal Search Pathing.On the search results page, pass the search phrase that visitors used when they did a search t...

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  • 15-10-2015
    You should consider passing these values to a LIST VAR and then then will be split out and you can classify them more easily.

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  • 15-10-2015
    Alejandra,Eso es lo que te recomiendo. Pase un código único a un eVar con cada evento (de suceso) en SiteCatalyst. Eso te permite comparar qual eventos son en SiteCatalyst y tu otro base de datos. Normalmente hay un razón específico por que este ocurre y un codigo único te puede ayudar descrubrir la...

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  • 15-10-2015
    Here is a blog post I wrote to help explain in more detail...http://adam.webanalyticsdemystified.com/2014/02/17/onsite-search-term-exit-rates-sitecatalyst/

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  • 15-10-2015
    You would be able to see the top exiting search terms by opening the Exits report under Paths for this new sProp and filtering on terms that were concatenated together. For example, if you concatenated "books|search results page" in the sProp vaues, you could do a text filter on "|" and find all tho...

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  • 15-10-2015
    There are a few ways you can do this. Both are hacks, but should work:#1 - On the Search Results page, use a new sProp and set it with the phrase "search results:[search term]" and substitute the search term where I have the brackets. Then if the visitor goes to a next page, pass in the value "Did N...

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  • 15-10-2015
    What is the issue you are having? If you e-mail me, I may be able to provide a work-around...

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  • 15-10-2015
    I am not sure how you have your implementation set-up, but Whenever you add metrics (like scAdd) to the Pages report, Adobe Analytics uses LINEAR allocation. This means that if a visitor had viewed 10 pages prior to the scAdd event, each page would get .10 credit for the success and the Pages report...

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  • 15-10-2015
    Now I get your question. You are correct that you cannot use the first few slots of the purchase string when not coupled with the Purchase event.To see # of Units added to cart and the Revenue added to cart, here is what you would put on the Cart Add page if you assume someone added 10 units worth $...

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