Category: Adobe Customer Journey Analytics

Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, Part 8: A new home

This post is the eight and last post of the eight-part-series Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, showing how web sites can be analyzed better using Adobe’s next evolution of Adobe Analytics. In the previous post, we were creating the connection from Experience Platform to Customer Journey Analytics. In this post, we are going […]

Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, Part 7: Customer Journey Analytics Backend Configuration

This post is the seventh post of the eight-part-series Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, showing how web sites can be analyzed better using Adobe’s next evolution of Adobe Analytics. In the previous post, we were enriching our basic web analytics data with some advanced fields in Query Service. In this post, we are […]

Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, Part 6: Advanced Data Processing in Query Service

This post is the sixth post of the eight-part-series Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, showing how web sites can be analyzed better using Adobe’s next evolution of Adobe Analytics. In the previous post, we took a look at processing some basic data we need for our web analytics use case utilizing Query Service […]

Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, Part 5: Basic Data Processing in Query Service

This post is the fifth post of the eight-part-series Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, showing how web sites can be analyzed better using Adobe’s next evolution of Adobe Analytics. In the previous post, we took a look at doing the implementation using Adobe Launch, the Adobe Web SDK, and Client Data Layer. In […]

Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, Part 4: Capturing Data with Web SDK (Alloy)

This post is the fourth post of the eight-part-series Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, showing how web sites can be analyzed better using Adobe’s next evolution of Adobe Analytics. In the previous post, we took a look at our business questions and how we can structure our data most effectively. In this post, […]

Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, Part 3: Data Structure in Experience Platform

This post is the third post of the eight-part-series Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, showing how web sites can be analyzed better using Adobe’s next evolution of Adobe Analytics. In the previous post, we took a look at the different possible solution architectures we can use to bring data into Customer Journey Analytics […]

Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, Part 2: System Architecture in Experience Platform

This post is the second post of the eight-part-series Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, showing how web sites can be analyzed better using Adobe’s next evolution of Adobe Analytics. In the previous post, we discussed the motivation and scope of this project and why, eventually, existing Adobe Analytics customers will start moving to […]

Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, Part 1: Goodbye Adobe Analytics, my Old Friend

This post is the first post of the eight-part-series Web Analytics with Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics, showing how web sites can be analyzed better using Adobe’s next evolution of Adobe Analytics. In this part, we discuss the motivation and scope of this project and why, eventually, existing Adobe Analytics and new customers will start moving […]

Calculated Metrics in Segments are finally here… Sort of, in Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics

If you have been following this blog for a while (thank you!), it shouldn’t surprise you if I claim: Adobe Analytics is the best web analytics solution available today. But if we’re honest, it has been around for a long time, which has been leading to a situation very familiar to anyone working in the […]

Privacy-centered Analytics with Matomo and Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics

Legal Disclaimer: Data Privacy is a diverse and ever-changing topic. This makes it nearly impossible to give reliable recommendations to a broad audience. Please consult your company’s legal department on whether those ideas described here are feasible under your jurisdiction. If there has been one predominant topic in the web analytics space for the last […]