Hi Pablo,I really appreciate you taking your time to help with this
issue. Unfortunately, your recommendation does not work. It is still
capturing the UTM codes. Please see screen shot. I'm talking to a former
colleague of mine and she said there might be something in DTM to
prioritize the cid to be captured instead of the UTM code. Does that
sounds like a possible solution? The reason why we are using UTM codes
is because we are working with a vendor where they data is dependent on
Hi,Thanks for the reply. Aren't SAINT classification applied once the
data is captured correctly? My issue is that Adobe analytics is not
recognizing the "cid" code, but the UTM codes, which is not what I'm
looking for. Perhaps the screen shot below may help. I am just looking
to capture the cid information in Adobe analytics.
Hello,With the URL below, will I be able to see the Adobe tracking and
the Google tracking codes in their respective analytics
codes are separated with an "&" so based on the above, it sounds like it
should work. I am having difficulties va...
Hi,We are working with a partner in which they need to include GA
tracking parameters (utm codes) to our tracking URL, that already
includes campaign tracking code. I assumed including "&" to separate the
codes would work but I am unsure.See
would be appended to the destination URL, with the Adobe tracking
parameter 'cid=' listed first, then ...
Hi,I have separately defined Paid and Prganic social marketing channels
to begin with certain prefixes. For some reason, I am finding Organic
Social tracking codes within the Paid Social marketing channel. Please
see screen shots below. Additionally, Paid Social lives above Organic
Social in the marketing channel processing rules. This is also using the
last touch channel marketing report.Paid Social marketing channel rule
for referenceLet me know if anyone has an explanation for this. Thanks!