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When tracking exit links it would be helpful to pull exit links by site section or page that the link was on. As with most media companies we have different editors for different sections of the site and we would like to provide clicks on exit links specific to their pages or sections. We have not found a way to do this at this point as the page identifiers load when the page does and the exit link is a sepearate event. It would be helpful to link the two.

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All, we have launched this in a prop and I have discovered an issue you would not have if it is in the regular reporting. Ben, contact me if you would like to discuss. thanks!

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We went the prop/eVar route, although I really hate to use them up. I am not a fan of VISTA rules as they are inflexible and the cost. At least short term we are covered. thanks!

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Oh of course, no worries.  

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I know it can be in a prop, but I really think it should fall out of the system. It just makes so much sense. A good developer could knock this out in 1/2 hour. Too bad to waste a prop on something so simple.

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It would also be helpful of DataWarehouse reports had some basic headings in the file. All of the lables are in the email and if you have several open it is easy to get confused about which is which. Being able to formate the DataWarehouse report to easily drop into a pivot table would also be a gift.

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Economist Online would like to see a sub domain report in SiteCatalyst.Tracking traffic from bloggers is difficult in the interface. There are two sets of domain reporting, referring domain which is too broad and referrer which is too granular.For example to know that the following bloggers contributed traffic to you site;joemygod.blogspot.com, eureferendum.blogspot.com, mjperry.blogspot.com, joemygod.blogspot.com, krugman.blogs.nytimes.com, dinersjournal.blogs.nytimes.com, andrewsullivan.theatl...

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