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‎10-12-2019
nickh86417692
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Re: Dynamic date comparison nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
One more vote to get this dynamic report date off the backlog list and into reality. Would save us SO MUCH TIME in building custom timeframes. This is preventing us from being able to turn a lot of dashboards over to our project managers.
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Re: pre/post analysis nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
This is doable inside of workspace right now. Go up to "components" >> "date ranges" and create a date range where the start day is fixed, and the end day is rolling. Then use this as the time segment for your "pre" group.
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Re: Workspace - Visitor Retention Curves nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
It would also be very helpful if the timeframes are more customizable than just day, week, month. We have products that have an average usage cycle of two or three weeks, and it would be very helpful to be able to display retention calculated based on those timeframes as well.
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Workspace - Visitor Retention Curves nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
We NEED the ability to drag and drop events or dimension values into a visualization, and have workspace generate a visitor retention graph based on those different dimension values, with the visitor's first instance of that dimension counting as day 0 or the "inclusion metric".This would be especially helpful for evaluating tests, where visitor's are served different experiences, and we want to see which experience results in more visitors returning to the site in the n-th day/week/month.I know...
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Re: Ability to remove/denote certain elements in dimensions used in Attribution IQ attribution nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
YES! This would be extremely helpful if attribution IQ could re-calculate attribution based on the values in the dimension that have been selected.
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Re: Why would my Visits and Entries be equal? Shouldn't Visits (almost always) be higher? nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
jr-seattle-campfire​, when you drag a dimension in to create a quick segment, it does so at the hit level, from what you're explaining, I would bet that the segment you're creating is either at the visit level or visitor level. This would explain why your numbers are different, as these containers will pull drastically different numbers.
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Re: Profile Script for IP range nickh86417692 - Adobe Target
Multiple full IPs would bevar res = /^(192.236.17.44)$|^(192.236.17.45)$|^(192.236.17.46)$/.test(strIp);If you just want to match "starts with" you can drop the "$" at the endvar res = /^(192.236)|^(192.237)|^(192.238)$/.test(strIp);
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Re: Timestamps and Custom Visitor ID nickh86417692 - Adobe Experience Cloud Mobile
Hmm... So we have a web based report suite (uses VisitorID but no timestamps), and an app based report suite (uses VisitorID and timestamps).If using s.visitorID does not change the timestamp used to generate ordering, then if we combine these report suites into a timestamp optional report suite, wouldn't the web data rely on hit_time_gmt, and the app data would rely on cust_hit_time_gmt? That's what we want, but Adobe's documentation says the timestamped hits might come in out of order.
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Re: Timestamps and Custom Visitor ID nickh86417692 - Adobe Experience Cloud Mobile
I'd love an answer on this one too.Does using s.visitorID on timestamped report suites force the processing to rely on hit_time_gmt rather than cust_hit_time_gmt? Depending on the answer, it may be worth it to have slightly out of order data, if it means we're able to see usage across multiple platforms by the same users.
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Re: A container combining multiple visitor IDs? nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
If you capture customer account number in an eVar, and then the same customer account number visits your site on 3 separate devices, a segment that looks for visitors with that specific customer account number would capture all 3 of my visits & unique visitors on the site. You won't be able to combine these 3 different devices into the same unique visitor, but as long as the customer logged in on all 3 devices, you'll be able to see them with a "visitor" level segment.
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Re: Toggle for Custom VRS Components auto inclusion/exclusion nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
Hi Jen,The problem we've run into at our company is that we probably add 5-10 events per week, maybe a variable or two, and some classifications. And then we have 6 or so VRS that we actively use.We have two VRS that are used very often, which have just slight differences between them. When I create a calculated metric or segment for one, I want it to show up in all 6 VRS. So between having to add all new segments and calculated metrics to all the other VRS, and then having to go through all 6 V...
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Re: Unspecified Data In Adobe Analytics nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
This looks correct. Our internal search terms report looks very similar. This just means that of all the occurrences on your site (which is pretty much every page view and hit combined) a decent percentage of them happened before anything had been searched. In addition to recording internal search terms, are you setting a custom event when the internal search term is recorded? I would use that event instead of occurrences in this report. As long as there is an internal search term for each time ...
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Re: Best Practice for Event Implementation nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
9 times out of 10 I would probably set up a different event for each of these view events. And then you can always have a calculated metric that sums them all up if needed.
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Re: Unspecified Data In Adobe Analytics nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
When you say "unspecified", what are you referring to? Are you looking at the pages report and 80% of page views have an unspecified pagename? Or 80% of unique visitors have an unspecified mobile device? In many cases, high levels of unspecified values in a report is normal.
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Re: Segment that captures page creation date nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
So unfortunately, segments in Analytics are always based on a specific users activity, rather than the activities of a specific page. So while you can build a segment that will show the first time each specific visitor has visited a specific page, you won't be able to build a segment that shows the first time specific pages have been seen (or created/published).You could, however, create a daily data source upload that would include date, pagename (standard dimension), page created (custom event...
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Re: Marketing Channel Miscategorization nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
In your paid social rule you have the logic set to look for either 1) the NYCPS_ CID, or 2) the referring domain of Facebook. This 2nd condition will falsely label almost all of your organic traffic from facebook as Paid Social. That should be the logic that is found in your Organic Social rules instead of your Paid Social rules. You should only need the first set of logic that looks for NYCPS_.
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Re: Why would my Visits and Entries be equal? Shouldn't Visits (almost always) be higher? nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
In Adobe, an entry is registered at the beginning of each visit. So visits and entries should always match. Similarly, an entry page and referrer value (if available) should be recorded at the beginning of every visit, and will expire at the end of the visit (30 minutes of inactivity).If you're thinking of entries as, the first time a visitor visits the site ever, you could build a segment to only show entries where visit number equals 1.
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Re: Tracking newsletter campaigns nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
Hi Annita,To answer the question of what value you should use for the campaign, this will always be custom depending on the company. At the company I'm currently at, we use salesforce.com campaign codes, so anytime you have a new campaign, you would generate new campaign codes in salesforce. Other companies might use a similar CRM, or a master spreadsheet/google sheet, or there are companies that specialize in creating and maintaining campaigns/metadata like strala.io. But yes, you will need to ...
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Re: How to exclude Payment Gateways from Referring Domains nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
Hi Marting,We run into the same problem with Paypal being a main payment gateway for us. You're exactly right, just add "paypal.com" to your internal URL filters, and adobe will ignore these referrers. Seeing that Paypal is never a legitimate referrer who sends converting traffic to us for which we want to tie attribution back to paypal, this works great for us.
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Re: Sequential Segmentation Event nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
This solution will only work if you have an eVar (or prop) capturing the previous page value (easiest solution is using the s.getPreviousValue plugin)Then your segment would look like thisHITPrevious Page (eVarX) = Page A ANDPage = Page B
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Re: Sequential Segmentation Event nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
If you have a variable set up to capture the previous page value, then you can identify each individual hit where someone has gone from page A to page B (Segment to show hits where Previous Page = Page A and Page = Page B)
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Re: How to analyze Social Media Referrer Types in the Workspace? nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
What are your internal URL filters set to? Is adobe mistakenly labeling most of your traffic as internal because of your filter settings?
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Re: How to Measure Attribution with Multi-Channel Conversion Path in Adobe Analytics nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
Edison,Following Gigazelle's advice, open up a flow visualization and start with your "thank you" page. Then drop in your last touch channel dimension on the left. Then you could also drop in your first touch channel dimension to the left of that to get a clean flow of visitors that flow from one entry campaign to another closing campaign.
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Re: Page Views on Visit Depth nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
Do you possibly have a segment applied or are using a virtual report suite that would be excluding some of your page views?
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Re: How to analyze Social Media Referrer Types in the Workspace? nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
It looks like you're already set up perfectly to do this. In the report that you already have pulled up, break down "Social Networks" by the "Last Touch Channel Detail" dimension. You're setting that to store the referring domain of each visit labeled as a Social Network, and the Channel Detail report will have the exact same attribution settings as your Channel report.
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Re: Best way to capture organic social and paid social traffic nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
We track both these channels using Adobe marketing channels. Because all of our Paid Social traffic is tagged with tracking codes, we've set up a rule to catch all traffic coming with paid social tracking codes and to throw it into the Paid Social bucket. Then we have another rule that looks for social referring domains and labels that traffic as Organic Social.
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Re: Number of (Unique) Products Viewed Per Visit nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
You should be able to do this pretty easily if you're willing to jump over to excel to sum a column.Start by creating a segment to only show product page hits and then create a freeform table with your product page dimension on the left side, then pull in visits as your metric along the top. You'll want to sum the entire visits column in a program like Excel (which is not the same as the de-duped visit number you'd see at the top in workspace). If you have more than 400 product pages, then you m...
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Re: Paid Search Dimension different from Paid Search (first touch channel) nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
The main difference that you will see between these two reports is that the default paid search value will only persist for the length of the visit, while a first touch attribution value will persist until it is set to expire (this could be 1 day, 3 months, 1 year, etc... )
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Re: Visited x no. of days in y Timeframe nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
Build a segment that requires that page views be spaced by at least 1 day. Then throw in the number of page views that you want in the sequence. Then set your report timeframe to the window you want to look at.
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Re: Adobe analytics: Unspecified on Page URL/Page name while tracking works nickh86417692 - Adobe Analytics
My first guess would be that these are s.tl calls that don't fire a pageName. If you drop Page Views in this report next to Occurrences, what happens on the "unspecified" line?
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