It would be great to have a tool within SiteCatalyst that you could
upload sample or full data source/SAINT files to to validate. And not
that my code has errors, but if there were, it would provide real,
meaningful error information. This would dramatically reduce the
frustration in getting new data sources established. If this is not
possible in SiteCatalyst, perhaps it could go into something like
Digital Pulse. -Rudi
Mark, I can't argue with that, even if I wanted to. What if the tagging
from twitter would simply populate an rss feed that was accessible
within echange. What I really would like is a way to archive a good idea
you saw go by on twitter. Then you could look at the feed and then if
there is a good idea, copy it and add it to the exchange in the normal
So you see no value in capturing the many, many good ideas that are
offered up on twitter? Often the response from @omniturecare is go post
them here. But what if those ideas will pulled into a que/rss feed of
some sort to be displayed here somewhere so that later you could add
more detail. Not sure how you could handle the login/ prevent spam but
perhaps if our profile contained our twitter name and only pulled in
items from existing members with the hashtag. -Rudi
EDIT: See this alternate idea for getting more exposure through twitter:
It would be nice to be able to tag a suggestion, comment, idea on
twitter with a special hashtag like #omtrideax or something like that
and have it auto populate a special que here in the exchange.
I understand what you are saying about needing more. In a past life, I
was on the other side, working for a software vendor and the time and
process that goes into the creating that level of training is extensive.
I'd rather see their focus on enhancing the tools, enhancing the
documentation. On the other... Thanks! -Rudi
@WestCoastWahine Having gone and paid for the implementation training, I
can tell you that there is an large expense involved in providing this
level of service you are asking for. If such a service were to be
provided, I would imagine the cost of using the tools would increase.
There are many avenues of information to be learned outside of Omniture,
blogs, podcasts - I happen to know of a good one - that are free.
Perhaps this would be a better solution. Or to pay for the onsite
training and ta...