Category: WebTrends

Using Predefined Translation Files within WebTrends

Are you a user of WebTrends but are unfamilar with how to take predefined translation files and use them with pre configured reports? This blog posting will explain in 5 steps how you can go about leveraging this. 

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Spaces, Groups & Channels in WebTrends

Within Webtrends Analytics 10, there are things such as spaces, groups and channels that might be slightly confusing to newbies.  This posting will briefly explain each.

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Setting up Visitor History in Webtrends

Webtrends has the ability to store data about the behavior of each unique visitor analyzed for their profile.  This blog will show you how to properly configure the visitor history table and tracking. 

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Client Side Tracking in WebTrends

WebTrends provides two methods for tagging and tracking your mobile WAP sites.  The first is the tagging approach which involves adding code to each page of your site which will be discussed in this blog posting.

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Creating Mobile Site Space in WebTrends

Before you begin tagging a mobile WAP site for WebTrends Analytics tracking, you will need to create the WAP space within the interface to begin receiving the data.  This blog posting will help you take the necessary steps to set

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Creating Backups in WebTrends

Backing up data from a web analytics platform is critical to success simply because if the data is lost, you will not be able to recover it.  WebTrends provides a simple and easy way to go about backing up the

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Third Party Cookie Tracking in WebTrends

Continuing from the previous post of “Disabling First Party Cookie Tracking,” I wanted to discuss how you could disable third party cookies for SmartSource Data Collector.  This post will discuss how you can go about doing this.

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First Party Cookie Tracking in WebTrends

If you work of a company that doesn’t allow visitor data to be tracked via cookies, WebTrends provides a way to disable first-party cookie tracking.  This blog explains how to go about setting that up on your site.

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Server Tracking in WebTrends

Do you have a site that is hosted on several or more different servers and you want to see how each performs (in the case of performance on the load balancer)? Well, within WebTrends this can be done by leveraging

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Tracking Page Titles in WebTrends

There are certain instances where you would look to tweaking the page title prior to it being sent over to WebTrends for processing. This blog posting will help you understand how to go about changing this within the META tags.

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