As of this release we change the calculation for page duration & session duration, so that you get even more precise data.
Until now, the page duration was calculated by comparing the timestamps of a page and its subsequent page. The difference between the two timestamps is page duration. For the session duration, the same logic is applied to all pages during a session. For the last page of a session, a constant value was being used (30 seconds by default).
With this new release, the actions and media requests are taken into account when calculating the session duration and the page duration of the previous page. Instead of just adding a constant value, event and media requests on the previous page are being used to calculate the last page duration.
As of this release we have improved our iPhone device detection: the device recognition process now also takes into account the screen resolution specified by the pixel if the detected device is a generic iPhone.
In practice, this means that iPhone models that have the same resolution will be grouped from now on. In your analyses, you will see all models in the same screen resolution grouped.
Example Display in Webtrekk Analytics
With Improved iPhone Detection
Without the Improved iPhone Detection
You will find the latest documentation under this link:
Publishing date: April 29, 2019
Mapp Cloud includes all of the tools that form our marketing platform as you currently use it. Mapp Cloud includes tools to acquire, engage, and retain digital customers.
Mapp Acquire uses the Data Management Platform (DMP). DMP lets you use your data sources for better insights and customer acquisition.
Mapp Engage includes our marketing tools for the following channels: email, mobile, social media, and web.
Mapp Intelligence provides you with comprehensive statistics and actionable insights from your campaigns.
Mapp Connect helps you to integrate Mapp Cloud with other marketing technologies (for example: CRM, DSP, ecommerce platforms, and more).
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To learn more about expanding your Mapp Cloud with the components described, request a demo here: Request Demo.
At the core of Mapp Acquire is the Mapp Data Management Platform (DMP). Use Mapp Acquire to understand your customers and drive your digital marketing.
Use Mapp Acquire to perform the following jobs:
Monitor the performance of your campaigns in real time.
Take ownership of your customer data.
Optimize data distribution to marketing and advertising platforms.
Better connect with customers.
Mapp Engage enables you to send fully automated, multi-step customer campaigns. Mapp Cloud lets you contact your customers via email, social, mobile, and web. You can reach your customers more effectively, efficiently and meaningfully. Mapp Engage includes the following capabilities:
Email marketing that is based on segmentation, personalisation, and automation.
Integrated mobile marketing with SMS, push notifications, and in-app messages.
Dynamic social media marketing with automated posts and monitoring.
Personalised web marketing with microsites and landing pages.
Mapp Intelligence gives you the statistics and insights that you need. More data means better campaigns, and that means increased customer value. Mapp Intelligence delivers practical data that you can act on immediately.
Mapp Intelligence includes the following data:
Audience engagement data
Enhanced segmentation data
Measurement tools to improve your marketing practice
Mapp Connect makes sure that you can combine Mapp Cloud with your other marketing tools. Connectors and APIs enable a smooth integration.
Mapp Connect makes it possible for you to connect any program or web page to your marketing platform. This tool lets you pull data into Mapp Cloud and extract information for reuse in other applications. You can connect Mapp Cloud to the following types of platforms:
Demand Side Platforms (DSP) to manage multiple ad exchange and data exchange accounts.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tools to connect offline and online customer data.
Ecommerce Platforms for transactional messages and multichannel campaigns.
Today we have released a new pixel version with which you can optimize your tracking. The new pixel version 5.0.9 and 4.4.5 contains the following feature and changes:
- Request Queue
Not supported parameters removed
Not supported parameters removed
The previous pixel version contains many parameters that are actually not in use. As part of the code cleanup we have removed the following parameters that are no longer supported:
Furthermore, only parameters that differ from the default value are sent. This affects the following parameters:
The documentation for TV Analytics is now available.
With Webtrekk TV-Tracking you can identify and visualize the direct influence of TV advertising on your website presence and conversions. With the data-based knowledge about the relationship between TV usage and website traffic, you can optimize your cross-media marketing campaigns in a targeted manner.
TV tracking is made possible by assigning Internet visitors who become aware of your company or product through television advertising to a particular TV spot. The TV-induced traffic on your website is determined by using elaborated algorithms: Based on the binding broadcast times recorded in real time, analyses are carried out of all visitors who visit your site within a defined period after the TV broadcast or who have used a search with specific keywords defined by you beforehand. Relevant visitor numbers are calculated from the increase in website traffic after the TV spot has been broadcast compared to traffic before the broadcast.
This document contains the instructions for correct setup and shows you how TV tracking works and how to use it.
Publishing date: April 1, 2019