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Re: How to calculate bounce rate with a metric - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Yes this looks just fine! TM

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Re: Search engine all traffic encrypted? Clarification - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Thanks I will have a look now.But what could be the other 25% coming from Google? I mean, why I can see the 25% and not the 70%?

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Re: Customer journey tracking - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Any help?

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Re: Google doubleclick/syndication - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Hi,Referrals from doubleclick.net are clicks on your AdWords ads showing on the Google Display Network specifically, ads showing on publisher sites in the AdSense program for which the destination URLs have not been tagged.If you notice doubleclick.net appearing in your reports, check to see if auto-tagging is turned on in your AdWords account, and that your own campaign variables are labeled correctly.googlesyndication is where the clicks from Google AdSense ads are directed to before you go to...

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Re: Link data (.eg bounce rate) from Adobe Analytics to AdWords - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Hi There, Thanks for reaching out to Adobe CommunityYou might need to do the DFA integration. Check out the link below.- https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/content/resources/en/exchange/marketplace/apps/doubleclick-campaign-manager.htmlIf you are using query params then you just need to use the getQueryParam to capture the value of the query parameter and put it in s.campaign.Thanks!

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Re: Link AdWords to Adobe Analytics - Adobe Analytics 06-12-2017
Hi,There are two ways how to import AdWords data into Adobe Analytics.1) DoubleClick Connector for Adobe AnalyticsTo use this connector you need to link your AdWords account to Doubleclick Search advertiser. If you have more agencies using multiple AdWords accounts this might be a problem. 2) Custom solution - pull data from Adwords API and import it to Adobe FTP (DataSources and SAINT Classifications)I already described my solution in other discussion - Re: Adwords and Adobe Analytics -Roman

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Re: See paid traffic coming to a specific page - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Find the dimension "Paid Search" and drag it over to your rules. Ultimately you'll want a segment that says:Paid Search equals "Paid".That should give you the exact data you're looking for in the Pages Report.

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Re: Compare segments? - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Hi,If you have access to the free form analysis beta OR Ad Hoc Analysis (formerly Discover) that will allow you to compare across more than 2 segments at once in numerous ways. Also if you have the Excel ReportBuilder Add-In you can build several data blocks each filtered by a unique segment to compare. You could also compare segments against each other within an Adobe Analytics dashboard view via a distinct reportlet per segment filter.Reference Link- Faster Insights with the Analysis Workspace...

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Re: How Adobe track paid traffic? - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
It should be set up with a ? and =, the Adobe reference point simply means it will be omitted from the end value in reporting. Further info via an Adam Greco blog post:http://blogs.adobe.com/digitalmarketing/analytics/campaign-tracking-inside-omniture-sitecatalyst/How Do Campaigns Work in Omniture SiteCatalyst?To use the Campaign feature of SiteCatalyst, the first step is to be sure your SiteCatalyst implementation is set-up to capture campaign tracking codes when visitors arrive to your site. T...

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Re: Show total numbers in the graph - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
You could export the report to CSV, then use Excel's graphing capabilities to get the charts *exactly* how you want them. I've personally done that a few times using Report Builder.

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