You can configure Adobe Analytics to integrate Campaign and Analytics.
This integration allows Adobe Campaign and Adobe Analytics to interact through the Web Analytics connectors add-on. This integration sends indicators and attributes of email campaigns delivered by Adobe Campaign to Adobe Analytics.
💬 As a Managed Cloud Services user, contact Adobe to connect Campaign with Adobe Experience Cloud services and solutions. Adobe Identity Management Service (IMS) must be implemented for your instance. Learn more. The Web Analytics connector add-on must be installed on your environment, through the dedicated package.
Using Adobe Analytics Connector, Adobe Campaign has a way of measuring internet audience (Web Analytics). The Web analytics tools enable Adobe Campaign to forward indicators and campaign attributes to Analytics.
The action perimeter of each tool is as follows:
Adobe Analytics marks the email campaigns launched with Adobe Campaign
Adobe Campaign sends the indicators and campaign attributes to the connector, which in turn forwards them to the Web analytics tool
Adobe Analytics Connector is not compatible with Transactional messaging (Message Center).
To set up Campaign-Analytics connection, you must perform the following operations:
To create your Report suite in Adobe Analytics, follow the steps below:
From Adobe Analytics, select the Admin tab then click All admin.
Click Report suites.
From the Report suite manager page, click Create new then Report suite.
For the detailed procedure on Report suite creation, refer to this section.
Select a template.
Configure your new report suite with the following information:
When configured, click Create report suite.
After creating your Report suite, you need to configure your Conversion variables and Success events as follows:
Select your previously configured Report suite.
From the Edit settings button, select Conversion > Conversion variables.
Click Add new to create the identifiers required for measuring the impact of the email campaign, i.e. the internal campaign name (cid) and the iNmsBroadlog (bid) table ID.
To learn how to edit Conversion variables, refer to this section.
Click Save when done.
Then, to create your Success events, select Conversion > Success events from the Edit settings button.
Click Add new to configure the following Success events:
To learn how to configure Success events, refer to this section
Click Save when done.
When your report suite is configured, you will need to configure the External accounts in Adobe Campaign.
You now need to configure your Web Analytics external account in Adobe Campaign to enable the sync between the two solutions.
Note that if one of your Report suite, Conversion variables or Success events is not visible when configuring your external account, this means that you are missing a permission for this newly created component in the Product profile associated to the user.
For more information on this, refer to the Product profiles for Adobe Analytics page.
Go to the Administration > Platform > External accounts folder of the Adobe Campaign tree and click New.
Use the drop-down list to select the Web Analytics type and Adobe Analytics from the Integration drop-down.
Click Configure next to the Integration drop-down.
From the Configure Analytics integration window, map your external account with your previously created Report suite providing the following information:
From the eVars category, map the two Conversion variables configured in Adobe Analytics.
From the Events category, map the ten Success events configured in Adobe Analytics.
Click Submit when done. Adobe Campaign will create a Data source, Calculated metrics, Remarketing segments and Classifications in the mapped Analytics Report Suite.
Once this sync between Adobe Analytics and Adobe Campaign is done, you can close the window.
Settings can be viewed from the Data Settings tab from the Configure Analytics integration window.
Using the Sync button, Adobe Campaign will sync the name changes done in Adobe Analytics. If the component is deleted in Adobe Analytics, the component will be strikethrough in Adobe Campaign or displayed with a not found message.
You cannot add or remove segments in this version of Campaign v8.
From your External account, click the Enrich the formula… link to change the URL calculation formula to specify the Web analytics tool integration information (campaign IDs) and the domains of the sites whose activity must be tracked.
Specify the domain name(s) of the sites.
Click Next and make sure the domain names have been saved.
If necessary, you can overload the calculation formula. To do this, check the box and edit the formula directly in the window.
This configuration mode is reserved for expert users: any error in this formula may result in stopped email deliveries.
The Advanced tab lets you configure or modify more technical settings.
If you are using several audience measuring tools, you can select Other in the Partners drop-down list when creating the external account. You may only reference one external account in the delivery properties: you will therefore need to adapt the formula of tracked URLs by adding the parameters expected by the Adobe and all other measuring tools used.
Data exchange between Adobe Campaign and Adobe Analytics is handled by a technical workflow which runs as a background task.
This workflow is available from Campaign Explorer tree, under the Administration > Production > Technical workflows > Web analytics process folder.
The Sending of indicators and campaign attributes workflow lets you send email campaign indicators via Adobe Campaign to the Adobe Experience Cloud using Adobe Analytics Connector. This workflow is triggered at 4am every day and it can take 24 hours for the data to be sent to Analytics.
Please note that this workflow should not be restarted or else it will resend all the prior data which can skew Analytics results.
The indicators involved are:
Data sent is the delta based on the last snapshot which may lead to negative value in the metric data.
The attributes sent are as follows:
In order for the Adobe Experience Cloud to be able to track activity on the sites once the delivery is sent by Adobe Campaign, you need to reference the matching connector in the delivery properties. To do this, apply the following steps:
Open the delivery of the campaign to be tracked.
Open the delivery properties.
Go to the Web Analytics tab and select the previously created external account. Refer to Configure your external account in Adobe Campaign.
You can now send your delivery and access your report for it in Adobe Analytics.