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Re: 20% Discrepancy in Raw Data vs Adobe Reports - Adobe Analytics 22-06-2018
By saying "its consistent" I mean that its the same difference regardless of whether there is a segment applied or not. Without any segments, AND using out-of-box basic KPIs there is still a discrepancy of 20+% in YOY numbers. It makes absolutely no sense.

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Re: 20% Discrepancy in Raw Data vs Adobe Reports - Adobe Analytics 22-06-2018
I would expect them to stay the same as well, which is why its so troublesome to me. I always pull the same time frames (entire month), and typically pull them on the 15th or so of the month after to allow data processing or random issues to sort of settle down. (Example: Ill pull stats for May on the 15th of June)Not using any time constrained KPIs, just base level. It is not restricted to segments regarding pages or anything that could have altered over time (the only segments applied are mobi...

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20% Discrepancy in Raw Data vs Adobe Reports - Adobe Analytics 22-06-2018
Hi, on average Im seeing a 20-27% difference when re-running year over year reports. For example, when I ran a report in May of 2017 Adobe said I had 100,000 visitors, however when I RE-RAN the month of May 2017 in May of 2018, it said I had 80,000 visitors in May 2017. This discrepancy is across all major metrics, for EVERY month. Additionally, I've noticed that when using Ad Hoc Analysis (which I know is raw numbers) its showing a discrepancy of about 20% between its numbers and the numbers sh...

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Re: Visits and other traffic metrics but no page views? - Adobe Analytics 27-03-2018
The page name variable is defined in the data layer.

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Visits and other traffic metrics but no page views? - Adobe Analytics 27-03-2018
Hi!I recently implemented 2 new suites (for new sites) in my Adobe Analytics account, but for some reason they arent receiving page views? All other standard traffic metrics such as visits, visitors, bounce rate, etc. are working fine, however every day has 0 page views on both suites. Using Dynamic Tag Manager for implementation, do I need to define a rule within DTM for them to pass into AA?All of my rules are firing and recording fine as well, I just cant figure out why it says i have 0 page ...

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DTM & Omniture tags on same site? - Dynamic Tag Management 10-01-2018
Our company (company A) monitors the web analytics for our sister brands as well, and at a certain point in the user journey they travel into the application side/essentially cross domain. Our parent company (Company B) then sees the user finish the process in their Adobe Omniture set up (Different Omniture than Company A). I was wondering if we put our (Company A) DTM snippet on the application/cross domain side will it interfere with Company B's Adobe Omniture tag? I know you shouldn’t put mor...

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Re: Tracking Codes Breaking? - Adobe Analytics 20-11-2017
My initial thought was that part of the CID was being stripped and simply leaving the 4 number value, as well. That seems to be the most obvious answer, however when searching the CID database for "1617" (or any of the 4 numbered CIDs) it doesn't populate any results, which makes me think something else is happening. I've checked with my team and no one has seems to know anything about using 4 numbers as a CID they've built..or creating a CID that reads "CTY1566" as mentioned in the very first p...

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Re: Tracking Codes Breaking? - Adobe Analytics 17-11-2017
If I break it down by original entry page, I get a list of several pages on the site, all of them with click-throughs. Breaking it down by Pages gives me an even longer list. If I break it down by Campaign Landing Page it comes back as Unspecified. Im not exactly sure how I would correlate it with the actual URL in Adobe Analytics. The CIDs are stripped in the Pages Report, so I cant locate a URL with ?cid= attached. How exactly should I correlate it?

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Re: Tracking Codes Breaking? - Adobe Analytics 17-11-2017
Adobe Analytics is the tool. We use a proprietary tool to build the CIDs that we attach to URLs (similar to the Google UTM builder). The proprietary tool keeps a database of all created tracking codes, but none of the random 4 number codes are in the database so I dont believe they were made there and attached to any URLs by my team.A sample URL with attached CID would look like this:https://www.exampleurl.com/slug_example?cid=LOC.ALL.LDG.LO41.NA.NA.ALL.GPO.ALL.1310which is why its confusing to ...

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Discrepancies between AdHoc and Reports - Adobe Analytics 17-11-2017
Hi!I've recently noticed a discrepancy between data in Ad Hoc Analysis (Fallout Report) and the corresponding page view metric in Reports (custom event1). Its a substantial difference, varying by a count of close to 10,000. Ive made sure to deselect "count repeat instances" in the Ad Hoc Analysis settings, but it doesnt close the gap any. The data in Reports is the larger number, which makes me think something is happening when the data is being processed. Anyone know what the culprit may be? Or...

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