Exit pages have a visit breakdown scope, meaning they persist across all
hits for a visit.Hence, a hit level segment for "exit page" would behave
like a visit level segment & we can't have a segment that exclusively
separates out exit pages.Regards,Saurabh Kumar.
Hello,Adobe Analytics (AA) uses the IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau)
list of spiders and bots by default.In addition, AA also allows bot
filtering at the user agent level & custom IP addresses.Navigation Path
- Analytics > Admin > Report Suites. Select the correct Report Suite,
and then go to Edit Settings > General > Bot Rules.Reference document
discrepancy being seen in GA sessions v/s AA visits may be bec...
Hello, Here is my perspective on your query: Metrics usage seems to be
fair & below are possible reasons for your observation. D -> Link Name
-Submit , Metrics -> Instances >> D -> Pages Report(thank you page),
Metrics -> Page Views ; The difference is more than 20% Probable reason
- Submit instances may be higher in case you are tracking the link for
client side form errors (mandatory field not filled, incorrect field
format entry) & server side errors (page not found on Submit click) D ->
Hello Stephen, Based on your inputs, it looks like that you have set up
some custom logic for capturing link name. That custom logic is parsing
file path. Depending upon your analytics set-up, custom logic may be
or Tag manager rule. Let me know if it helps and we can discuss further
if needed. Regards, Saurabh Kumar.
For case where full URL is being reported, I noticed that it gets
captured for an "error page" (We cannot find the page you are looking
for). pageName variable does not get set here & by default page URL is
captured in pageName report in Adobe Analytics.Regarding examples of the
data after the domain being passed, try to break down pages report by
Visitor Profile -> Technology -> Browsers (additionally by Operating
System as well) & see if it gives more info. about issue w.r.t.
Have not heard "True Clicks" before, it may be a calculated metric that
your team may have built.You may check this path in Adobe Analytics,
Components (tab) -> Calculated MetricsRegards,Saurabh Kumar.
With your case, I think, within DTM rule set "Page URL" field value to
%window.location.href%.That ways you won't have "cid" URL parameter in
page view tracking request for non-landing pages & hence campaign
variable won't get recorded there.Let me know if it