Right now Genesis integration data is not available in Discover.
Example, post-impression data from DoubleClick can not be utilized
inside Discover. I'd love to create segments with that kind of data, but
can't because its not in there.
Love to see Omniture build time dimensions into segmentation
capabilities. Example, say I want to create a segment of visitors in
Discover (or Sitecatalyst I guess) that came from this particular
campaign on this date (or date range) and then observe their behaviors
over time. This becomes valuable in looking at upper-funnel marketing
campaigns and branding campaigns where you are looking at gaining
awareness. By creating the segment you can see if those visitors ever
end up doing something you ...
Hi Dave, I've talked to Nate Purser a few times over the past couple of
years on this topic and now sounds like you guys have made some
interesting progress. I'll be Summit, so I'd definitely like to chat
with you about this. Also, would like to see what kind of visualization
you guys are thinking about as far how you'd use the data in an
There should be a way to capture all the campaign tactics involved with
a conversion and give users the ability to slice and dice that
data.There are capabilities such as Cross-Visit Participation that allow
for capturing each campaign tracking code in a sequence to see the
string of events that lead to a conversion. The problem is that is based
on grabbing a parameter out of the query string and creating a temporary
cookie. A better way to do this is through a backend rule that tracks
I've always wanted the ability to remove/filter out/change bad data from
a report suite without having to use some scary Data Sources upload to
remove data. Some examples of data that would need to be
removed/filtered out. Suppose your website has a spike in fraudulent
orders and you want to take them out of the dataset as they are tainting
your commerce and campaign data. Today, that is a real pain to do.
Suppose that you are running a foreign ecommerce site and the exchange
rate is incorrect a...