Dear guys,I found a definition of return visits like below and it says
that it includes "non-cookied visitors."Return Visits Return VisitsShows
the number of visits where visit number is greater than 1 and includes
non-cookied visitors.Could anyone explain more about this? I don't
understand how they can include "non-cookied visitors".
Dear Arun,Did you mean this?1) Create data element which returns DomainA
and DomainB 2) In Settings Name Value cookieDomain = %data element%I set
this and get experience ID from DomainB too but they still don't match.
Dear Adobe Community,I have a question for you guys. Please give me a
hand, professionals!When I create a rule to a submit button and add an
event-based rule to generate an event, the tag fires whenever a user
clicks the button.So this can include an action that user clicks but
fails to submit because an alert message pop-up.In this case, how can I
modify my tag only to track true data that users submits and go well to
the database.Sincerely,Jaehong Kwon
Dear Arun,Thank you for your advice. I checked raw data from Data
Warehouse but different visitorID generated for each domain. I will use
this raw data to DMP implementation so I really need to identify unique
visitors across 2 different domains by one unique ID value. Is there any
solution for this?
Dear Arun,I really appreciate your sincere support. I solved the
cookieDomainPeriods problem and now I see "Y" in cookie supported on
domain B too. But Domain A is generating mid, which is experience cloud
id but Domain B is generating s_fid, which is fallback id.Now should I
tag AppendVisitorIDsTo ?
Dear all analytics professionals,I was trying my best to track
cross-domain tracking but I guess I ran into a deadlock.Here is my
case:I have a domain A. Several pages have iframed(?) form in the page
sourcing from Domain B.In other words, a page has domain A url but its
form contents are coming from Domain B.I am using DTM and I placed same
DTM embed code between Domain A and Domain B.Now I can implement Adobe
Analytics tags to Domain B's forms' submit button but this click call
does not includ...
Dear,I got Adobe Target BP certification last year.I got a PDF
certificate but could not downlod a logo, which can be used in my name
card.I sent several requests to the last vendor, PearsonVue but have not
gotten any feedback!Anyone has the logo?With Regards.
Analytics communities,I have a question. I now think it's not
possible.But if my websites images are sourced on other web sites using
the img tag like and my website has adobe
library but the other web site does not.Then, is there any way to
capture how many times my websites' images are used on other websites?I
hope you guys have answers.Thank you.
Dear Julio,Unfortunately, that is not possible.Global Report Suite by
multi-suite tagging is based on direct server call with prices (even
though it is secondary calls) so its features are pretty same as a
single report suite. Like a report suite cannot get data before the tag
or creation started, global report suite cannot get data from other
report suite.Furthermore, roll-up report suite is free but it also don't
take historical data.This is what I know. Thank you.
Dear,Can you provide 2 attachment files?- Digital Interactions with AEM
& Analytics.pdf- Developer ResourcesI can get information from (Adobe
Experience Manager Help | Integrating Adobe Experience Manager with
Adobe Analytics and Target using DTM ) but I hope I can get those
Hi. Like the title, I am wondering if there is a way to make a page load
rule that fires only on a landing page. I knwo for a fact that dtm had
'landing page' condition, but is there a specific way to make this to
fire on when visitors entered on our website? I tried to make a rule
with 'landing page' = \S (with regex) but i don't think this works.And
plus, when I add a conversion tracking source (Google Adwords) on a
landing page, is it okay to make the source fire on all pages?If anyone