Nothing was changed in marketing channel rules or in campaign tracking.
I'm trying to figure what is causing the internal classification to be
so high. It wasn't a change in config that caused the uptick and it
skyrocketed before I even started working on the site.Also sounds like
DTM never track would match internal URL filters? I was going to review
that setup as a next step.Appreciate the feedback on where to look in
terms of fixing.
I'm seeing a major uptick in items getting classified as internal
traffic in last touch reporting since early August. Everything I have
read specifies to not label as internal, but rather session refresh.
That will be a phase 2. My hope is to understand why this is happening
and potential solutions to fixing.Any quick suggestions to check on?
I've been asked to add 20 new IP address filters to our master suite. Is
there a way to measure/quantify the impact on total traffic before
adding? My thought was add in a non-prod/sandbox suite and see what the
impact is on total counts. Also, I wanted to confirm this would only
have an impact on data going forward and not historic?Thanks in advance!
My thought is the current filter isn't working correctly because the
filter in place is protocol agnostic. Even with the rule in place, I'm
still seeing the domain I'm trying to specify as internal showing in the
referring domain report. In the referring domain report, I'm seeing
https:// which is why I wanted to try specifying the secure protocol.
Good to know it isn't retroactive.
Seems odd to me that I'd be seeing it as a referring domain. Any other
ideas on removing it from referring domain? It's an internal domain and
makes no sense why it'd be classified as referring domain.
When configuring internal URL filters, does https:// need to be
specified? Reason I ask is because the current filter doesn't specify
https://, and in the referrers report I'm seeing the domain of the
client which should be filtered out and classified as internal.Example
filters:fakenewsportal.comwww.fakenewscomPlease advice and thanks in