since ‎20-07-2017
‎10-12-2019
wath360
Level 3
Re: Make Paid/Natural Search Keywords built in eVars for Classifications, etc. wath360 - Adobe Analytics
'Out of the box' variables such as custom link name and keywords cannot be classified. Please make it possible for us to do this!
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Re: Missing Search Engines wath360 - Adobe Analytics
Would be great if Adobe introducted functionality in the admin console to add missing search engines
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Re: Allow resetting (clearing) of eVars with the JavaScript beacon wath360 - Adobe Analytics
I'm not sure doing this thru the JavaScript is the way to go but agree eVar expiry options need to be made more flexible. Ideally I'd like to see Adobe allow us to select multiple expiry options for each in the admin console.
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Re: Alerts for specific hour ranges of the day wath360 - Adobe Analytics
Completely agree with all of the above... would also like to be able to alert on conversion percentages as these are often more stable. e.g. of those started an order, % that completed an order - alert if less than 50%.
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Brand/Non-Brand search term variable wath360 - Adobe Analytics
I'd like to see a new feature introduced that gives you the ability to set up automatic classification of search terms as either brand or non-brand.(I know there is an engineering solution for this but I'd like to see something 'out of the box' introduced)
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Adding addtional search engines in admin console wath360 - Adobe Analytics
I've noticed that the 'out of the box' search engine detection rules misses quite a lot of search sites that are directing traffic to our site (such as search.bt.com uk.search-results.com, search.conduit.com, search.sky.com, search.babylon.com, etc) It would be great if within the admin console I could configure additional search engines to be included in the standard detection rules. You'd need some way of entering the URL referrer and the keyword query string parameter.
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Processing Rules: Make Search Keywords variable available wath360 - Adobe Analytics
Currently Search Keyword is not available in processing rules as a variable. (probably because the processing that creates it is after the processing rules stage) However, it would be really useful if Adobe could make this available for processing rules. The only way to get at this in processing rules is to try and look for the referring URL query string parameter which is difficult because different search engines use different parameters 😞
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Re: Ability to force a variable to lower case wath360 - Adobe Analytics
Force to lowercase option in processing rule would be really useful 🙂
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