Løjmann wrote... Hi, When you setup your marketing channel processing
rules, you can define blog.domain.com as its own channel. Just remember
to place that rule, ABOVE your internal rule... /Løjmann Hi, thank you
for for the answer. I will try this. So you you mean internal URL
filters will not affect traffic coming from domain.com? when internal
URL filters act? Before marketing channels or in between? exactly when?
Hello all,I want to consider domain.com as external to blog.domain.com?
Both are two different report suits.I want this domain.com traffic to be
listed in either referring domains or marketing channels. Any one will
help. I have used blog.domain.com in internal url filters to avoid
referring URLs report populate URLs from blog.domain.com.But the above
step is considering all traffic from domain.com also internal and
increasing my direct visits in Marketing channel.What can be the fix or
AleV wrote... Hi, how can I filter for the very first hit and only see
data for that? I would have taken "entries" metric, but it is not
available in segment builder! Second, hwo can I filter for very first
hit for a specific entry page? Segment based on "entry page equals..."
won't do it, I get same amount as when selecting visit based segment, so
my assumption is that entry page persists for whole session? Can you
elaborate more on the type of segment you need. You are saying all those
Hi All,I am looking to build segment for all users who have more than 10
visits every month for the last 6 months AND order value is > 1M every
month for the last 6 months.Month starts on 1st every time. Month does
not start when user places an order or so.Please help in building the