So in Target Standard, what would be the next step for blocking the IP
address of: 220.127.116.11? I know I need to create an audience using
this profile script but in the dropdown I am not sure what you would
choose. Equals, Contains, Parameter is preset... etc.
Is it possible to create a profile script to qualify users for a
campaign if an HTML DOM is present on the page? Typically the script to
get an element id would be:var x =
document.getElementById("myAnchor").id;Has anyone done something where
they check if an id is present and based an audience off that?
Hello, We are creating an experience where our success metric is time on
site. We have content authors who spend a lot of time on the site
reviewing articles and making edits. We would like to block our content
authors from being included into the campaign so the results are not
screwed. My thought was to create a profile script to determine IP
address. We would then use this script to create an audience that
targets everyone but those ranges Could someone please comment on how to
set this up? T...
Yes, Thank you.The experience is specific to MOBILE. Between 7- 9pm the
user has the ability to direct call for the service. Anything later than
9 pm or earlier in the morning before 7 am, that ability is removed and
only an option to learn about the service is shown.If time is between
time is between 9pm - 7am:
test is live at: htt...
Thank you very much! It works just as expected. Do you know if there is
a way to have the script check the time upon every page load? The ideal
outcome would be that when the specified time window is not met, it
shows the default experience for all audiences. When the clock turns and
the time aligns with the service hours, the experience generates. We are
finding that the browser cache holds onto the experience timestamp so we
must clear the history each to push through the change.
In Adobe Target Classic workflow, you had the ability to allow users
into an experience based on the time of day. It was configured as a
segment option which could then be applied at either the experience
level or campaign level. Is this ability still part of the new Target
Standard? Is so, can any offer assistance on how to go about setting up
an experience targeting campaign that changes based on Time of Day. We
have a product that is being promoted but is only available during
certain time so...