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Re: Multiple entry pages in same visit - Adobe Analytics 21-01-2022
Aha! That makes sense. I've reviewed the data with our session replay tool, and that appear to be the behaviour in most instances. Thank you for your help.

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Re: Multiple entry pages in same visit - Adobe Analytics 21-01-2022
Marketing channel instances still shows up some entry pages that wouldn't have the tracking code. Also, I'm not using the tracking code dimension. I'm duplicating the value of the tracking code to an eVar with a different expiration and then using that for my segment.

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Multiple entry pages in same visit - Adobe Analytics 21-01-2022
I have a hit based segment based on an eVar that creates an audience based on a specific tracking codeI've overlaid the entry page to see which of the 5 different pages associated with the tracking code they're hittingI'm using the visits metric and looking at the last monthI'm also seeing a number of entry pages for this segment that shouldn't fulfil the criteria i.e. they would not have hit that entry page with the tracking code used for the segment.Also, all the unexpected entry pages aren't ...

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When setting up an activity and specifying the activity location, does Target ignore hashes in the URL? - Adobe Target 30-09-2021
Hi everyone! When setting up an activity, if I specify a URL with a hash, will Target apply the activity to only page loads containing the hash, or will it apply it to the base URL ignoring the hash? For example, if I set up my activity URL as www.example.com/contact#sales, will it only apply modifications here, or will it attempt to apply them to www.example.com/contact and all other variants e.g. #support, #finance, etc.? The hash is part of the URL and I'm assuming Target performs a matching ...

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Re: Two unlikely marketing channels in same visit - Adobe Analytics 20-08-2021
UPDATE: I received feedback from Adobe customer support that I shouldn't use any other dimension other than the marketing channel detail ones as, for instance, if I overlay an entry prop it will return every value seen by that visitor in the date range. Therefore, if my customer hit the site directly and then by PPC it will return both the direct URL and the PPC URL with the query string as an entry URL dimension in the results as the marketing channels by definition have visitor lookback.

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Re: Two unlikely marketing channels in same visit - Adobe Analytics 19-08-2021
Definitely a visit segment.

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Re: Two unlikely marketing channels in same visit - Adobe Analytics 18-08-2021
Thanks for the response Brian. Yes, that makes sense to me a customer hitting the site, not being able to find something with internal search or navigation and then using Google to help out. I do that myself all the time. I've overlaid the entry prop for URL and it is delivering URLs that have the PPC query parameter appended for the direct channel. If the marketing channel applies to the visit and my segment is to return visits of direct > PPC then surely the entry URL shouldn't contain a query...

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Two unlikely marketing channels in same visit - Adobe Analytics 17-08-2021
Hi everyone, I've created a QA visit segment for customers that have a marketing channel of direct and then a PPC channel based on a query string value. The direct channel is for all customers who hit the site without a tracking code, referrer, and it's the first page of their visit (this is one of the last channels set in the marketing channel processing rules)The PPC channel is based on matching the bit of the query string where we pass the channel name (this is the first rule set in the marke...

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Re: Data elements when using an Adobe client data layer - Adobe Experience Platform Data Collection 25-06-2021
Many thanks for the link. That is most helpful.

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Re: Data elements when using an Adobe client data layer - Adobe Experience Platform Data Collection 25-06-2021
We're currently looking to rebuild our data layer so I was seeing if the ACDL could be an option. As we're at early stages, we could rename it accordingly and structure it as described in the documentation. I was just wondering how it would all work if there isn't a clear path to the data being pushed to the data layer. I would like to know what the end-to-end looks like really after having implemented the ACDL, how to get the data from it using Launch, and send it into Analytics etc.

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