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I'm building a report where I want to see how many Page Views per Visit happened among people who viewed a particular page. I have a Calculated Metric for Pages per Visit, which is Page Views / Visits. When I apply this metric to a page, it calculates based on how many page views that particular page got. I want to see how many Page Views happened across the entire Visit where a particular page was viewed. This can be done using a segment, but I can't reasonably create a segment for each of the ...

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Referrer showing Typed/Bookmarked traffic when the segment specifically disallows it.
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In workspace, I have a freeform table showing the referrers for all visits in a given time period. The report is segmented using a segment with the rule, "Does Not Equal Typed/Bookmarked". In spite of this segment, it's showing Typed/Bookmarked traffic. The only way I can think of for this to be possible is if a single visit has multiple referrers, but I would think that would be an edge case -- certainly not the most popular referrer (by a huge margin). A screenshot shows the current month, but...

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Re: Visit count spikes when using s.tl for campaign tracking
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I should also add: Different browsers behave differently. Chrome and Firefox are getting visit spikes, but Edge/IE and Safari are staying normal.I've tried to duplicate the problem on my end in Chrome, and I've been unsuccessful.

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I've checked this a number of times, and it's always shown the same visitor ID for both my page-level s.code and the extra Evergage s.tl code.It's hard to say whether that's the case for every visitor, since it's not double-counting every time.

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That's my guess as well. My server report doesn't show anything unusual, but that's not surprising. I'm not firing the server variable in my s.tl call.One detail I didn't mention: The visit counts on the variables I'm firing don't match the increase in visits. The visit count on the eVars being fired is higher. These variables aren't being fired from anywhere else. My conclusion: I'm not getting an extra visit every time the script fires -- only some of the time.I like your cookie solution. I'd ...

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I've looked for other common dimensions, but I haven't found any -- including the two you mentioned. I don't have Data Warehouse, so that's not an option; however, our unique visitor count shoots up when the script is running, so it doesn't appear that it's the same IP/visitor generating all the new visits.

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Our company uses a service called Evergage for personalization and A/B Testing, and I'm trying to track our campaigns through SiteCatalyst. When I do, our visit count spikes.Evergage works by running scripts from their domain on our page. I'm running s.tl code in those scripts to fire eVars to track which campaigns the visitor is participating in. The script looks like this: s.eVar40="[value]"; s.eVar41="[value]"; s.linkTrackVars="eVar40,eVar41"; s.linkTrackEvents = "None"; s.tl(true,"o","EvergageIndustry");Any time this script is running, our visit and unique visitor counts go through the roof. The extra visits come in under Ty...

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