Once deployed, you can begin using the additional capabilities that this integration provides.
Note: It can take 24-48 hours to begin seeing some of the Dynamic Signal data within your Adobe Analytics reporting.
The following actions result in added value from this integration within Adobe Analytics.
Example of a report in Adobe Analytics.
This integration provides new dimensions that become available as Adobe Analytics reports. The report below is an example of analyzing both Visits and a conversion metric (Registrations) that have been broken down by Article Title.
Examples of segments based on Dynamic Signal dimensions.
A primary feature of this integration is the ability to create Adobe Analytics segments based on the integrated reporting dimensions. For example, you can build a segment that includes only Visits originating from a specific VoiceStorm Community. You might call this “Visits driven from SuperFans”. This segment definition might look like the following.
Lists the Dynamic Signal reporting dimensions that are included with this integration.
|Channel Type||The social network (or blogging platform) where the user shared a community post. Users may share a post on multiple channels. Clicks and other activity are segmented per channel. This field displays Facebook, Twitter, etc. so that you can see which Channel Type is driving activity.|
|Article ID||The Article ID uniquely identifies each piece of content in the Dynamic Signal community.|
|Source Type||This field indicates whether the post was created by a “Member” or the “Brand”. Note that in either case content may be created manually in the application or imported from an external feed.|
|User Name||The user who shared a post on his or her social network(s), generating click-throughs to your site.|
|Source ID||The Source ID uniquely identifies the creator (or author) of the shared post. This is most often either a particular member or an external feed.|
|User ID||The User Id uniquely identifies a user (i.e., a member) in the Dynamic Signal community. In this case, the user is the sharer who shared the post on his or her social network(s).|
|Source Name||The source is the creator (or author) of the shared post. In most cases, this is a member of the community or an external feed.|
|Article Title||The title of the shared post that generated clicks back to your site.|
|Community Name||The name of your Dynamic Signal community.|