Dear Carlosvelarde, Sorry that you didn't receive any response till now.
1. Yes, it is always better to put the Target Code on the landing page
to track the stats of the visitors landing on the redirected page. If
you didn't add, stats won't be available in the target (For the
redirected page) however, it won't have any impact on the redirection.
2. Better to have so that we know the important parameters passed from
the inventory (Landing) to the redirected (LandingB) page. Thank You,
@carlosvelarde Per Adobe, "Data collected with these rules are 100%
permanent, and rules altered after data is collected is not
See "Additional notes about processing:", the first bullet.
This box should be activated for the channel that shouldn't overwrite
other channel. Consider this example: let's say a user visits your site
using Paid Search (the last touch channel is set to Paid Search), the
user navigates to different internal pages (last touch channel will
override to Internal) and then makes a purchase. In this case,
"Internal" channel will get a credit for purchase which won't be useful
for any business. So, we will leave the box unchecked for "Internal"