Quick Tip – Debug server-side manipulations of the tracking call

I guess this post is pretty specific. It might have a target audience of a dozen or so. I hope the rest of you forgive me, but keep on reading, you might need this one day! Setup At a Swiss financial institution, we implemented an "internal visitor" detection using their reverse proxy. They are routing …

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How to monitor campaign performance in the Real-Time reports

Everybody who ever pays for traffic should be using campaign tracking! How else will you ever find out whether you spend your money wisely? But how about monitoring a campaign in real time? Well, Analytics has "Real-Time" — three "reports" or maybe "dashboards" that show data very quickly and refresh automatically. The Real-Time reports are …

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DTM – How to Amend an Existing Analytics Setup

(Let me state right here at the beginning that judging by the feedback I got from my beta testers editors, this article may not be for the faint of heart. If you think Javascript should be treated with respect, you might want to stop reading.) Have you ever seen the '[x] Page code is already …

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Content as Ecommerce

In December, Simo Ahava posted an article where he explained how using concepts from ecommerce and implementing those on his blog helped him gain new insight. A brilliant article which I suggest you read. I'll wait. Read it? Looks good, doesn't it?! I especially like the distinction skimmer versus reader. Simo implemented everything he did …

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SAINT Classifications – the Most Used Feature

Product Manager John Bates told the audience at the marketing Summit in Utah in March 2014 that Classifications is the most used feature in Adobe Analytics. I am not surprised. One reason is that Classifications allow you to aggregate data. Aggregation of data can make all the difference between a report that is unreadable and …

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Quick Tip – One s_code.js for Multiple Sites

The situation: you are responsible for a couple of sites on different domains. Tracking is pretty much the same on all of these pages, but there are some small differences (e.g. each site tracks into a separate report suite). A new version of the s_code has come out and you want to update all your …

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