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Re: Allow for a simple way to pass multiple unique variables to a single s.Evar on a single page - Adobe Analytics 22-03-2010
Products is a comma-separated list of products, so you can have several products with the same event. Adam was referring to applying the product variable functionality, meaning the ability to list values, but have it persist like a regular eVar (product expires on page view, so it doesn't persist).

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Re: Allow the Visits Metric for Search Engines reports. - Adobe Analytics 22-03-2010
You can also use a custom event as a "visit" metric. Simply set the event on the first page of a visit. This custom visit metric will now be available for all conversion reports. Additionally, you can set one event on the first page of a visit, and a second event on the second page of the visit. This will allow you to create a calculated bounce-rate metric for conversion reports.

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Re: Time Spent as a metric for the Campaigns reports - Adobe Analytics 22-03-2010
I agree that this should be a metric available to campaigns or any other conversion report out-of-the-box, but there is a work-around. eVars, including campaign, can be related to events. Events can be used to either count instances, increment by a numeric value, or increment by a currency value. If you set up a numeric incrementor event (increment by a non-currency value) you could capture "time spent" in that event. Essentially, for each new page view you would increase the value of this event...

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