Hi team - Quick question. I used URL contains x in the Adobe Target
activity. When that happens, the visitor might not always see the test
experience IF that specific URL parameter is not there each time. I was
always under the impression that a visitor gets cookie'd and will
therefore always see the same experience on subsequent visits even if
the URL condition is not met??
Would this be the correct way to construct a script that would show the
visitor's previous page? var lastCurrentPage =
user.getLocal('currentPage') || "";user.setLocal('currentPage',
We are running a pricing test in which we redirect the visitor to the
same page with some URL parameters attached. For example, they navigate
to example.com. Target then sends 50% of the visitors to
example.com/?partnerid=1234 so the visitor gets a price reduction. So
there are a couple of issues. Analytics fires twice because of the
redirection to the same pageDiscounted price doesn't persist thru
multiple sessionsSo the visitor could see the test price in the first
session but see the default ...
We are getting ready to share out test results and noticed that the
confidence level % in Target is different than an Excel calculator that
was downloaded from Adobe. Can anyone help me understand why those two
calculations are different considering they are both calculated by
Adobe? Excel version calculated confidence at 87% while Target
calculates confidence at 57%. Thanks in advance! And target shows the
confidence at 57.03?