Hi all!Im familiar with how pixel tracking works but I have a doubt
related to which type of event could be tracked from Google Ads &
Facebook. Is it "imp", "click" or both of them. I'm aware there is only
one field to fill with macro trackingI think only "click" is allowed for
both destinations ( Google Ads & Facebook). Am I right?Thank you all!
If you want to catch only an specific event in a call you have to
configurate as follows:Contains "eventx" and endswith "eventx" due to a
user could send more than one value for event ie "event:
event1,event2,event3" and you would collect "event1,event2,event3" I
watched it on a video trainingshweta_singh could you confirm it?
I have some doubts because..Facebook & Google Ads are url destinations
and we cannot unsegment in the destination side unless we create other
segment (with the opt-out trait). What do you think?On the other hand,
once you create a segment in AAM its shared automatically with Adobe
Target. How we can prevent activating segments that haven't given
consent for personalization? Add the personalization trait doesnt seem
to be the right way...
Hi all!I've been reading about overlap reporting and I've some doubts
(in red)1. Segment-to-trait.It specifies the number of unique users
shared between a particular trait and a segment. Right? 1.a Which kind
of own trait: rule-based, onboarded or both? 2. Trait-to-trait.It's only
used to show the % of unique users shared betweens the customer's own
traits and the third-party traits . Right? 2.a Which kind of own trait:
rule-based, onboarded or both? 2.b How I can use this information to