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Having just received my “Adobe Certified Expert: SiteCatalyst Implementation” logo, I’m now official.

Having just received my “Adobe Certified Expert: SiteCatalyst Implementation” logo, I’m now official.

Day one of Test&Target training at Adobe’s 1540 Broadway office in New York City taught by Tamika G.

Day one of Test&Target training at Adobe’s 1540 Broadway office in New York City taught by Tamika G.

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blueglass:

“In an ironic way, Long says, this frees many people to be more public about who they really are and who they want to be, because it’s less focused on the kind of personal content that sets off privacy and security alarms. “Pinterest is a place where we can demonstrate: ‘If it weren’t for all those mundane things that I do that I post on Facebook, this is what I would be doing and consuming. Here is my real self,’” he explains.”

Why Pinterest Is So Addictive (via fastcompany)

h/t @blueglass - Found on http://blueglass.tumblr.com/: “Tracking my cookies? They will never get my recipe!" funny :)

h/t @blueglass - Found on http://blueglass.tumblr.com/: “Tracking my cookies? They will never get my recipe!" funny :)

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Track clicks to iTunes store with Google Analytics

Nancy: So Unstuck can track clicks to iTunes store as page views in GA, change your HTML to this (added an onClick event, in bold):

<a href=”http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/unstuck/id478421271?ls=1&mt=8” onClick=”javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview(‘/iTunes Store’);”><img src=”http://unstuck.com/images/header_download.png” border=”0” /></a>

Or to track the click as an goal event in GA, consider this:

<a href=”http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/unstuck/id478421271?ls=1&mt=8” onClick=”_gaq.push([‘_trackEvent’, ‘App’, ‘Download’, ‘Unstuck’]);”><img src=”http://unstuck.com/images/header_download.png” border=”0” /></a>

@jeffchin21 here’s onClick code to pass channel

<a href=”http://mysite.com” onClick=”var s=s_gi(‘mysiteID’);
   s.linkTrackVars=’channel,prop1,events’;
   s.linkTrackEvents=’event1’;
   s.channel=’Channel Name’;
   s.prop1=’Sub-Channel Name’;
   s.events=’event1’;
   s.tl(this,’o’,’My Link Name’);
">Go to mysite.com channel name</a>.

Posted by Ross