Thank you for reverting on this.
As per my knowledge it can collect the data but the GA tags would not work with Adobe Analytics.
Yes, I meant Google Analytics. Sorry for not being precise.
Thanks for reaching out to Adobe Community.
Apologies but not sure whether I understand your query correctly. Are you referring to Google Analytics tags?
So maybe You can help me with tracking data form AdWords campaign?
There is report called traffic source: Search Engines - Paid
Can You tell me which of below might refer to AdWords, unspecified or Google-Poland?
1. Unspecified 2,729 85.1% 19,256 84.6% 2. Google - Poland 467 14.6% 3,115 13.7% 3. 79 2.5% 384 1.7% 4. Google - Canada 1 0.0% 10 0.0% 5. Google - United Kingdom 1 0.0% 8 0.0
thank you for your note.
I would request you to breakdown the unspecified report by referring domain and see if you get Adwords data there.
this is what I got.
should I assume that traffic from google.pl is AdWords?
One more question do You have any contact to person who could arrange training for media agency?
Search Engines - Paid by Original Referring Domains Visits Unique Visitors Page Views Bounce Rate 1. Unspecified 4,716 3,428 33,522 24.99% 1. google.pl 2,537 53.8% 1,823 53.2% 18,795 56.1% 21.73% 2. Typed/Bookmarked 1,581 33.5% 1,171 34.2% 11,227 33.5% 27.07% 3. google.com 204 4.3% 141 4.1% 1,210 3.6% 32.99% 4. bing.com 91 1.9% 68 2.0% 699 2.1% 23.08% 5. nerf.pl 76 1.6% 43 1.3% 428 1.3% 28.38% 6. facebook.com
It would depend on what is in your Paid Search Detection rules. If your paid search detection was set up to recognize a specific query parameter then it would have passed into the "Paid" report. If the search detection rules do not match the AdWord rules you are looking for, it would be in the natural report. If Adobe Analytics wasn't implemented on the website at the time and only GA coding was present, the data wouldn't be in the report. Paid Search Detection can be checked by going to Admin > Report Suites > select the report suite in question > Edit Settings > Paid Search Detection.
One thing you can do is pull a Data Warehouse report with 'referrer'. This will give you the full query string regardless of which report it was in for Analytics. If you know which query parameter you are looking for you could create a segment to look for specific referrer values. This will help you validate what is in the paid search detection report. For example: if my AdWord query parameter is 'qadword=' I would look for '?qadword=' in the referrer.
For more information on Paid Search Detection check out this article: adobe.ly/1TDnKUu