Thank you for taking the time to answer! So it would be possible to
change for example the source of the iframe domain? For example, if i
would like to test 2 different contents in the iframe, i could create a
version 2 of the iframe source domain/URL and create a re-direct test
where i change the iframe URL?
Is it possible to set up an A/B-test based on an adobe audience segment
that control an iframe? Example: Variant A contains one iframe content.
Variant B contains another iframe content. If possible, how do you set
this up? Is this a form based or visual based experiment or something
I am used to work with the Google universe and Google Optimize. After
you have stopped an experiment in GO there is no longer any data
reported into Google Analytics. But Adobe Target keep sending in data to
Adobe Analytics even if the experience is stopped. Why is this happening
and how can there still be "impressions" and such counted when there is
nothing to see after the experience is stopped? Does anybody know why
"impressions" and conversions still is calculated i Analytics? Is it
Google Analytics has had the possibility to add a comment since 2010...
Just saying...Its really valuable when running campaigns, sending out
newsletters or A/B-testing. You should prioritize this feature 🙂
Thank you for taking the time to answer. I was wondering about a single
page visit without any onpage events that was tracked. Since i have
worked with google analytics, im used to that that kind of visit is
calculated as 0 second in the avg. time spent on page.