A Standard Data Model for Requirements

Adam Greco recently wrote three articles about how you can embed business requirements into Adobe Analytics Workspaces ("Adobe Analytics Requirements and SDR in Workspace" I, II, and III) in order to help data consumers understand. His method goes all the way from "this is why we added eVarXY" to "78% of requirements are currently tracked …

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Project Management, Development, and Analytics

Note: this article is relevant for you if you have ever, or are likely to participate in a bigger project that includes building the platform as well as deploying Analytics, Target, Audience Management, or similar tools. I think it is relevant for developers as well as project managers. Often, we Analytics people are tasked with …

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Using the new Callbacks for Tracking

Sometimes you find surprising little things when you don't expect it. Take this little gem: Since 1.8.0 (released 19/1/17) Added the following pre- and post-tracking call hooks. (AN-134567) s.registerPreTrackCallback s.registerPostTrackCallback These functions take as parameters: the callback (a function), and the parameters to that function. For example: s.registerPreTrackCallback(function(requestUrl,a,b,c) { console.log("pre track callback"); console.dir(requestUrl); // Request …

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Adobe DTM + Adobe Analytics Media Module + YouTube = ❤️

Today, I'm happy to present the first ever guest post on webanalytics for developers! Written by Stefan Schäfer, it deals with DTM, the Media Module, and Youtube video. Have fun! If you use Adobe DTM together with the Adobe Analytics Media Module, and if you can completely rely on autoTrack=true, you're good. But what if you have …

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Discussion – Customize Analytics in DTM

There is no "standard deployment". A couple of weeks ago, I was talking with a colleague who hadn't worked with DTM before. He asked me lots of intelligent questions about his somewhat non-standard requirements, and I replied with what I think is the best approach. Whilst doing that, I kept thinking about "the other approach", …

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