I have been using query parameters for the landing pages to identify the
paid channel visits and conversions. But when I check the affiliate
campaign performance with the entry pages broke down, I could see Google
paid search conversions attributed to the Affiliate channel. Also, there
are few entry pages without any query parameters as a landing for this
channel. Image reference is below. We have these issues for other
channels as well. Can anyone help me to resolve this issue?
Hi Team,I have tried the “Next Page Flow” report in Omniture. But for
each category page, every CID tracking code on that category is tracked
in a separate report. So, if we just choose one version (like
highlighted) the information is incomplete and inaccurate. If we want to
see the next page flow for all CIDs combined, I’m not sure how to or if
that’s possible to do quickly.
I can see only the First & Last touch channel attribution models in my
Adobe analytics account.I would like to change it to other models like
Time Decay & Linear. But, I don't find any option in the report suites
to update this.Could you please anyone guide me where I can modify this.
Hi All,I use "cid=ppc" query parameter on my Campaign Landing page urls
for Google and Bing. So that by using following channel processing rule,
it will be tracked under paid search. But some of the visits for this
query parameter urls received from Direct channel. Also for Google
Shopping, I use "cid=google_shopping" (but not used in channel
processing rule) and those visits also not tracked under paid search
whereas tracking under Direct channel. When I compare the Google & Bing
data with Omni...