It can be a lot of reasons, If you see more than 2 image request shows
up in the DigitalPulse Debugger, it is likely that you might have
existing page codes on the site, there might be an extra s.t() call on
the page that's firing the request.
There tons of options for doing what you do, and each has pros and cons.
Adobe analytic doesn't care what your site domain URL is, and you don't
have to specificed in order for the page to be tracked, however, there
are reports that will needs to be configured, such as the
InternalURLfillter setting, and the linkinternalfilter setting that
needs to be modify based on the URL you are tracking. I suggest you talk
to an implementation engineer either from Adobe or an Adobe Certified
I know what 'None' means, but it just look very bad in the report. I had
to filter this value out everytime when I create dashboard. I wish there
is a setting in the reporting interface that allows me to hide 'None'
per report basis.
In SiteCatalyst, when you click Add Metric, there is a pop up that shows
a list of metrics with a drop down and a search filter. Now that there
are 1000 custom metrics, it's time to make some tweak. I think we should
start by categorizing metrics. The following category should be applied
to metrics, and appear in the metric drop-down, so user can select the
category to immediately see what's available in that category. It will
also help educate users on what's out-of-the-box, and what's customiz...
Thanks Ben, it will be for postmortem reporting. In the metric report,
we can view data by hour,day,week,month, it would be nice to be able to
view by minute. It would be nice to able to say something like 'the
campaign went out at 3:35, at 3:55, the clicks start coming in"
I think this would be very beneficial for media companies, especially
during live events, each minute makes a different. By the way, I think
Time of Day, Day of Week, Day of Month, and Minute of Hour should all be
a out-of-the-box dimension, similar to Day of Week as a lifecycle metric
for mobile app.