We have a profile script that is using a random number to assign users
to different experiences. The random number once assigned is persistent.
Example:Experience A - Targeting = random number less than 10Experience
B - Targeting = random number greater than 10 When I check segment
comparison in Analytics using A4T variable (Target Activity >
Experience) I can see some slight visitor overlap (less than 1%) between
the two experiences. How is it possible for a single visitor (ecid) to
go into bot...
Hi We have two XT activities running on the homepage - both targeting
the same banner at the top above the nav. The audiences in both
activities are not mutually exclusive - but we have set one activity to
be higher priority. If a user visits the homepage - and they qualify for
both activities - but are only served the experience from one activity.
How will this be reporting in Analytics (we have A4T setup). Would I see
a single visit to the one activity that served the experience? Or would
I want to show a specific banner to anyone who visits our site with the
following URL query parameter url.com?utm=golf The issue I am facing is
that I want to target them continuously with the same banner, unless
they arrive again with a different UTM parameter. I believe if I build
an audience based on Target> Audience> Entry page > parameter it is only
going to last for one hit. Are profile scripts the best way to persist
multiple sessions until the next UTM parameter? Thanks in advance
Hi, I would like further detail on when ACS stitches the ECID to the
profile. Does this happen only once a profile clicks from an email to
one of our website properties that contains the ECID service? What about
on just email opens? I would like to share an audience of "email opens"
to AAM for targeting using ECID. Is this possible? Or do they need to
have clicked through? Thanks in advance