Yes, I agree! An interface where you could add or edit domains in each
category would be very helpful. Our sites focus on traffic & PVs, not
ecommerce, so its very important to understand clearly where our
referrers are coming from and tracking that accurately. Everyone has
different sites and engines that they receive traffic from and the
inflexibility of categorising that is a big issue.
In the Referrer Type report, the breakdown of domains under Social
Networks looked like it hadn't been updated in ages, t.co and other core
social referrers were being instead categorised under "Other Web Sites".
I've spoken to support about this, and it looks like thankfully this
week they updated it so t.co and others are now categorised under Social
Networks, but there are still some that are wrong. Slashdot.org,
ycombinator.com, and hootsuite.com are some of our biggest social
referrers and ...