Tagging Forms (w/o Losing Money)

Our post today will touch on two separate subjects (tagging of forms and limiting server calls (and therefore cost) in certain situations). Those two work together very well, so I decided to mix them together. Two subjects in one posting. Surely that's a good deal! Forms A lot of web sites live entirely to provide visitors …

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Cross-Device Linking – what Adam said

Last week, Adam Greco wrote his excellent article called Linking Authenticated Visitors Across Devices, which is the first really good and complete description I have seen of how to tackle "the cross-device issue". In short, people are using more than one device to interact with your online presence, and because visitor identification is primarily based …

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Migrating from H-code to AppMeasurement

In May 2013, the Adobe analytics product team released a new Javascript library, no longer called "H.xx.y" but "AppMeasurement for JavaScript". The main selling points for this new lib are it's speed (3 – 5 times faster than H.25), size (8k compressed, compared to 13k for H.25) and native support for some of the most …

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How to track Micro-Sites with Vanity URLs

Let's be constructive again. After telling you to say "no" and indulging in some scifi-geekery, I feel it is time to go back to solid technical advice. Let's look at micro sites with vanity URLs. Analysts usually treat them one of two ways: as a marketing channel — concentrating on how they bring traffic / …

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