My initial goal, when I wrote about attribution, was actually to talk about the configuration option named “Override Last-Touch Channel” in the Marketing Channels reports. However, I realised I needed an introduction to make it clearer and I wrote my previous post. Now I can go into the details of this technical feature and its consequences.
During the EMEA Summit 2019, one Adobe customer asked me about one detail of the Marketing Channels configuration. The conversation we then had around this question, reminded me of the confusions some managers tend to have about attribution. Let me clarify a few things about this topic.
The last tool I showed in my Summit lab was Adobe Analytics. Initially, I was not sure whether I should write about it. However, I have come up with some ideas to share and here you have the final post on this lab.
As I have said a few times, it is very easy to measure page views. I have also explained how to measure visitors. There is, though, another typical question to answer: how many times has a visitor visited our website? Seems like a simple question, right? Well, it turns out, measuring visits is not that simple.
This is the second part of the User-Agent mini series. I split the topic into 2 posts, as it was getting too long. If you have not read the first part, I recommend you start with it. I will now explain how Adobe uses the User-Agent HTTP parameter in the different tools.
I tend to write about new features of Adobe tools or “cool” ways of using it. That does not mean that I have forgotten about good old features and this is what I am going to do today, explain one of the basic tools of Adobe Analytics: Data Warehouse.
A few weeks ago I introduced the concept of multi-tenancy in the Adobe Experience Cloud. Adobe Analytics has had support for multi-tenancy for a very long time. Recently, all user administration for Adobe Analytics has been moved to the Admin Console, where you now configure everything. Read on if you want to know how to configure multi-tenancy in Adobe Analytics with this new setup.
Today I am going to explain one of those features you rarely use, but it can be very useful in certain circumstances: real-time reports in Adobe Analytics. As its name implies, with this feature you can get certain reports in real-time.
Until last Thursday, I had an idea of what would this week’s post was going to be about. However, on Friday, it all changed. I saw the internal presentation of Attribution IQ and I changed my mind. I know there are a few series I have not finished, but I think this is more important. But do not worry, I will resume my other series soon. Let’s dive into Attribution IQ!