20348Re: [webanalytics] Re: Google Analytics + cookiePathCopy
- Dec 1, 2008Hi,
I supposed the advanced segment is session based so the visits on directory2
you see on your directory1 segment are the visits on common of the two
directory. As I explained in my last mail, this way you wouldn't know which
folders users come first.
I don't find a way to isolate all the traffic from directory1 to directory2,
but only a sampling, that's to say, the ones landing on directory1 and then
go to directory2, by creating a segment with filter 1: landing page
=directory1 and filter 2: page=directory2
Feel free if you need any more discussion.
2008/11/30 andersson117 <andersson117@...>
> Hi again![Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> I made new profile and filters like Andres suggested, but I didn't
> notice any difference between new and old profile's information.
> Hailong, I made own segment to "directory1" and now I can see on this
> segment's Content drilldown report also "directory2" and so on.
> So this means that user who visited in "directory1" visited also in
> "directory2" on same session? And according to this information, I
> don't know which folders user come first?
> --- In email@example.com <webanalytics%40yahoogroups.com>,
> "Hailong XIA" <hailongxia@...>
> > Hi Andersson,
> > I'm thinking you could create a segment with *"page" contains
> > and then in this segment report, you could find, on the content -->
> > drilldown report, the "directory2" and the related metric.
> > If you want to know more, you could create a segment with *page
> > directory 1 "and" page contains directory2*, then you can get all
> > metrics of the visits who have passed all these two directories.
> > However, in this way, you can't know which group of visitors passed
> > directory 1 to directory 2, nor the opposite case.
> > An alternative is you can create a segment with *"landing page"
> > "directory1" "and" "page" contains "directory2"*, then you can get
> > sampling of visitor who go to directory2 from directory1.
> > I don't know how can exactly separate these two groups of visitors.
> may be
> > the others have a solution? Don't hesitate to share, thanks.
> > 2008/11/27 andersson117 <andersson117@...>
> > > Hi
> > > Thank you for your answers!
> > >
> > > Andres, you understood correcly what I meant.
> > > I am going to do this kind of profile + filter and I'll tell how
> > > works.
> > >
> > > And Hailong, using advanced segment sounds the most easiest choise
> > > I don't exactly understand what should I do.
> > > I am very happy if you can give some more information?
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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