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Help...can anyone help me on this? What makes these two setting so different?
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Since you are segmenting on the visit, on the second case you chose to: "include VISITS that have any pageview of a page different than '/login.jhtml'".
In that case, a visit with pageviews in "/homepage.jhtml" + "/login.jhtml" would be INCLUDED, because the condition satisfies.
As you guessed before, only visits that have (any number of) pageviews to ONLY "/login.jhtml" would be excluded.
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So Google has revamped the look and feel of AdWords. What's new?
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A site SSO login can generates 2 visits as it takes your visitor out of your property. Is it solved in the latest GA? If not, can anyone advise on how to fix this issue please?
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And what about transporting custom dimensions from the sso website back to the original site?
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So GA team did a Ctrl+H and replaced all "visits" with "sessions". I'm not really fond of it because I think I'm a little bit old-school.
Can anyone please help me create an Advanced Segment of New Visits? It has been replaced by New Users for a while but I really miss it.
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Yes, +Julien Coquet. I think that's it. New Users is a session-level advanced segment metric here. I followed the screenshot and got the same result.
Thank you.
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Hi guys, can anyone help me understand why the winner has lower conversion rate? I was running this experiment and I think I did the right setting.
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+Deep Hazarika
+Chip Oglesby
+Krister Ross Evensen
Hi everyone, thanks for your input. I think I find the answer. It was because the probability of variation outperforming the original is over 95%. So GA ended the experiment and take the variation as the winner. Read more: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2844870?hl=en#1
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Let's see that of Sony as they sold more PS4
 
Last week Microsoft reported $25 bil in quarterly revenues (QUARTERLY!), and almost $7 billion in net income.  By any measure that is an astounding success.

Yet, it is having incredible difficulty finding a CEO. The broader markets have been bearish on the stock for what seems like a million years. Why? Why all is anti-hype for someone making so much money?

You have to look below the line. The two pictures below that put this this incredible success (on the left below) and the remarkable challenge (to the right) next to each other.

While every number seems to be going up and to the right, if you look at Microsoft's Net Income 97% of it comes from just three divisions: Windows, Server and Tools and Microsoft Business. All reliant on the PC business (Windows, Office). 

The reason for the anti-hype is the market's worry about Microsoft's future revenues as it has missed pretty much every major tech opportunity over the last 20 years (either outright missed or by smothering internally at Microsoft). 

I't's just purchased Nokia for billions, perhaps that is to make up for the miss (I'm not so sure the Nokia lion can still hunt with a Windows Mobile mane). Surface revenue just doubled to $893 million (in contrast $10,760 million in Q4 of 2012, in 2012 not this past quarter). X-box has always done well, but is the console gaming business getting bigger or smaller? Etc. Etc. Etc. 

Microsoft's current addiction to its three divisions (that contributed to a majority of the 80 BILLION in revenue) also make it difficult for Microsoft to make hard decisions for its future revenue streams. Even after Steve Ballmer leaves, he'll still be on the board (never a good sign). 

80 billion, and continued revenue growth for the foreseeable future, and yet no future. How crazy is that? 

Graphs Source: Why did I say “no” to Microsoft’s CEO position? http://goo.gl/BeCQuZ
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It surprises me that over 50% of the emails are opened on mobile devices.
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The Marketing Technology Landscape

+Scott Brinker has updated his marketing technology landscape graphic!

Note, Scott indicates that this is NOT comprehensive - it's just a sample. Albeit a BIT sample :)

#marketing   #analytics   #technology  
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