26751Re: Any Omniture Plug-Ins for Tracking Downloads?
- Sep 23, 2010Dan,
Not sure if this is related to what you are trying to do, but in case it helps, check out this blog post about treating File Downloads as Pages...
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Cross, Dan" <dan.cross@...> wrote:
> Hey all,
> Anyone have any plug-and-play code for tracking user downloads? The auto-tracking of downloads is not getting us where we want to go... we definitely want to pass downloads to a variable for SAINTing purposes.
> The code outlined on Ben Gaines' blog post:
> gets us a good deal of the way there - I've got the "enhanced exit links" working as outlined and am very happy with the results (thanks Ben). But, the post doesn't quite go so far as to provide the code to extend this to tracking downloads... although the logic will be very similar.
> I find myself without dev resources for a couple weeks, and my attempts to do the code modification myself have resulted in miserable failure. Has anyone else implemented some simple code to capture downloads via a prop/evar/event?
> Thanks for any insight people could offer...
> Dan Cross
> Director of Web Analytics
> Penton Media
> dan.cross@... | AIM:PRMdcross
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