I do not know if this is an Adobe Campaign issue, but we haven't been
able to figure this out internally yet. Also, I am an Analytics expert,
not Campaign, so hopefully I can explain this properly and get some
feedback as to what might be happening.The links in our marketing emails
are being designed with the correct URL, www.companyname.com followed by
tracking parameters. But once it lands in the inbox, if you hover over
those same links, the url has changed to t.my.companyname.com followed
We had an erroneous transaction go through a few days ago, and I have
been researching how to handle this in my data. From my understanding, I
cannot remove the data from Adobe Analytics. I can create a new virtual
report suite that does not include the data, which seems tedious to do
for every one-time issue. Is this really the best or only way to handle
this kind of issue? Is there a way to notate this in a defect log that
would show up when I pull reports that include the date of this
Yes this is very frustrating because I have no way to easily monitor IP
traffic. Since I have to use Data Warehouse, this means I have an
individual report to check to see if there have been an IP spikes -
instead of being able to view this in my automated site health reports.
I have some follow-up questions: Will the Activity Map click be recorded
if there is a DTM call or is it only recorded on the next page load? If
it will record with a DTM call, does it matter if the DTM call is s.t()
www.containerstore.comThe site is responsive and mobile navigation will
come up when you are on a mobile device (or use the Chrome developer
tools to force a mobile device).I'm specifically looking at the
navigation menu, sub menu of "elfa". "Elfa" itself has very few clicks
in comparison to the sub menu links that open once you click "elfa".
Thanks for looking into it!
I cannot seem to find any information around Activity Map on Mobile
Devices.I have a data discrepancy on a mobile menu where the sub
navigation is getting more activity than the navigation required to even
see the sub navigation. Why would this happen?
I am trying to decide how to handle Product Views on pages that are not
the actual Product Detail page. We have many locations on the site that
allow a user to "add to cart" from a page that is not a Product Detail
page, however our implementation only captures the Product View from the
Product Detail page. Wanted to see what others thought about firing
Product View outside the normal Product Detail page.