Not necessarily, but starting with a feed is a great way to bring in
your entire catalog at once. This is the way that I started my catalog
and I also set-up rules in Launch to feed the catalog on an ongoing
basis. However, to do this you must write all your data (name value
pairs for the catalog parameters) to the data layer so Launch can pass
it. Everything I needed was already available due to it's SEO value. If
you only set-up the rules to pass data to the mbox and into the catalog
you have ...
It would be REALLY beneficial if I could change my action type (i.e.
insert after) within the modifications section without having to delete
it and recreate it as desired (i.e. insert before). I have run into a
scenarios where I need to "insert before", but created a bunch of things
as "insert after" before realizing an issue existed. I can change my
selector, but not my action type so I have to redo everything and it's
very time consuming.
I find the root very useful in changing content in my tests, but the
only place to find it now is the modifications section within a test. It
would be wonderful if you would expose the root in the Offers section
with each offer (i.e. name, type, source, root, modified) or show it in
the offer (i.e. name, root, code).
It would be great to be able to have multiple audiences for multiple
audiences in a single test. For example, you have 5 partners and each
has 5 discounts. I can run the 5 partners in one test and vary the
creative to match each partner, but I can't alter the discount in Target
by using an audience. Doing so is another level of audience branching
that is not currently possible, so I have to run them as 25 experiences
across two pages in one test when I really only want one experience
across 5 pa...
Is Adobe Target billed on every page view of every page where the
library is delivered? Or is it billed for the whole domain where the
library is delivered, even if it is not delivered to all pages or site
sections within that domain?
The only place I have seen Global mbox server calls and page views is
the reporting that I get from my Adobe team at renewal time. It's very
frustrating to not have the ability within the platform to monitor this
on my own as the year progresses. I can't be the only one who feels this
way, so I wondered why Adobe Target does not have this functionality
Do you have a link to any documentation? AMP pages are cached to
expedite their delivery into the search engine results. Would this have
any impact on the rawbox delivery?I found a couple links, but they are
specific to email (Integrating Recommendations with Email and Create an
Adbox for an image).
Can Adobe Target be used to test creative for media advertising? I see
that it can be used to test email creative (Email: implement Target
overview), but do not see a similar explanation of how to use it for
online display advertising creative testing.Thanks!
Sometimes, infrequently, my test and control do not add up correctly.
For example, let's say my test group is 10K unique visitors and my
control is also 10K. I would expect my activity total unique visitors to
be 20K, but sometimes I see something lower than expected (i.e. 19,998).
Can you explain why this occurs?Thanks!
Does Adobe Target have any way to do experiments with AMP pages? I ran
across this and was wondering if there was a way to do this via Adobe
In the product info about setting up new workspaces there is a paragraph
dedicated to the default workspace and specifically how you must
actively restrict access if you don't want all users to have access to
it, but no instruction on how to do this. Can you direct me to specific
content regarding how to do this? Info referenced:How to Configure
Target Workspaces in Adobe Admin Console "Understand Default
WorkspacesWhile these specific Workspaces serve to contain, organize and
streamline Users’ ...
Move the custom preset metric creation to the property level and make
them available in the drop-down at the activity level. This eliminates
the need to recreate the same combination of metrics desired on each
We've recently started exploring our Adobe Analytics and Adobe Target
data at a new level with the addition of a data scientist to our team.
She has uncovered something unexpected. She is finding multiple customer
ids from our CRM system associated with a single mcvisid. We have a
customer portal online where we have conversions. Why would this be?
In using the following links to add ourselves into AAM segments being
used as the Adobe Target test audience, my QA team is having to visit
the test page first before the test works. Why would this be? I am able
to skip step 2 below and still get into the activity, but they are not.
We are all testing in Chrome.Links:Adding an
Yes. I work with developers who are not Target developers, but are
talented and in the process of learning the tool. I would love to be
able to find everything a developer touched if I see an issue with
something else they worked on or just want to check in oh how they are
picking it up.I can see how this would be very useful for big teams
where you might have many people in the tool with varying degrees of
knowledge using it.Also, why can’t I filter by test id? I use test id
with the data scien...
What causes slow load times on Adobe Target experiences?Asset sizes
(i.e. optimize your files)Test asset coding (i.e. make sure your code
isn't looking for something that's not there or optimized)Network
speedExcessive experiences on the same DOM elements (i.e. 100+)Blocked
endpoints (i.e. mboxedge28.tt.omtrdc.net)What else should be listed here
that I missed?
I recently learned that the lifespan of my data in the Adobe Target
visitor profile is a max of 90 days (default is 14 days). This is too
short! I work in a business that drives toward one day a year - we have
one transaction per client per year, but their likely-hood to convert
similarly year over year is very high. Can this lifespan be extended to
a max of at least 12 months (24-36 would be amazing)?
Are on-boarded traits in AAM or profile attributes in Target (not
scripts, but API fed) available in the real-time data to be leveraged
for changing an experience on first page load?I have a score that I want
to load and use to alter site experiences, however, I want to make sure
there will be no delay in delivering the experience.