MiaProva has delivered considerable value for organizations through our notifications as events happen in MiaProva and when there are issues related to their Activities that are Live in Adobe Target.
We’ve now expanded on that ability to Microsoft Teams.
Analytics for Target (A4T) – using Adobe Analytics as the Reporting Source for your Adobe Target Activities is one of the most powerful features of Adobe Target.
A4T enables several components in Adobe Analytics, including Activity Impressions and Activity Conversions. This video explains how to use them and what they mean in Adobe Analytics based on what you have configured in Adobe Target.
Historically, MiaProva would only provide Adobe Target usage reports from when they started using MiaProva. We have since changed that and now provide reporting on their usage of Adobe Target since they started using it. Many of our customers have been using Target since 2010 or even earlier!
This video shows some of this functionality in action.
I have long been a big fan of Automated Personalization (AP) in Adobe Target. One of the critical features to extract as much value from it as possible is Report Groups for offers used in AP.
Report Groups allow you to folder or bucket similar offer themes. One client of mine recently took my advice to do this exercise and, since doing so, has realized a 28% lift with the targeted group vs. control by raising the conversion lift to 9% from 7%
This video shows you this concept in action.
Automated Personalization is one of my favorite tools in Adobe Target. There is one nuance, though, when you wish to use custom code to define the experiences used by the models or for random distribution. This video outlines a quick workaround.
This video provides users of Adobe Target a nice option if you want to use an Adobe Analytics Calculated Metric as a custom goal. Bonus tip: Passing pageName to Adobe Target mboxes is a very helpful utility for many reasons!