Hi Ivan,You can change those Page Names before they appear in your Pages
Report with the help of Processing Rules (see screenshot). You can find
the Processing Rules tool here: Admin > Report Suites > Edit Settings >
General > Processing Rules.You need to do a small exam to use it:
used it a lot to clean up page names Best,-Harry
I had the same question from Marketing two months ago. What I found out
is this: Adwords attributes Conversion to, as they say, Last Adwords
Click. So Adwords gets the conversion if it was in the conversion path.
First, second, no matter where. If it was in there, AdWords takes the
credit. In Omniture it probably is a last click attribution, depending
on which conversion variable you're using and how your report(s) are set
up,From what I've read on Google Support AdWords cookies standard expire
The Mer eVar is using the Product Syntax. I sure believe you can't
overwrite another variable without losing the product syntax. But I'm
confident that you can rename it, an the product syntax incl events will
stay tied to it.I still don't understand why you don't succeed in your
goal. I feel sure it can be done and we're overlooking something simple.
Stupid question, but I have to ask: the context variable for the actual
date, does it assign it's value through a processing rule? This rule
It used the Product Syntax. I sure believe you can't overwrite another
variable with it. You just would pass on the naming, 33302, or
Sweatshirt 22440. Not the product syntax incl events that are
attached.But in my experience you can rename it (overwrite with other
value) and the product syntax will stay tied to it. Same for
productviews, add to basket, etc. Worked out pretty good for me. I still
don't understand why your rule doesn't work. Stupid question, but have
to ask: your context variable...
It was more meant as: a Data Warehouse request can get you all the data
you want related to the Merchandising eVar, including the date stamp, to
create all the reporting needed. On overwriting a Merch eVar: I've tried
this out (overwritten it, with some conditions set, to the value of
referring url) and it worked perfect. Used rule builder to break the
'URL value' in pieces and classify them. It stayed tied to the product
Everything looks excellent for you site. The Marketing Channel Report is
the only one I know of who combines first and last touch in one view.
You should ask someone with Admin rights to set it up for you.If you
have Admin rights yourself, just type in Report Suites in the Search
Box. If you are at the Report Suites go to edit settings > marketing
channels.Also try in the search box, just to be sure, a search for first
touch channel. If anything has been setup you should find it.