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September 11, 2019

Adobe Analytics Review

Score 8 out of 10
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I think Adobe Analytics is a no-brainer IF you utilize Adobe Target as your testing tool. While I would typically still advocate this for other testing tools, this needs to be discussed on a case-by-case basis to determine what makes the most sense for each testing tool, and each company.
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Score 6 out of 10
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I think Adobe Analytics is well suited for small or large businesses with the brain power to understand how the platform works and then use it to its full extent. It is a powerful platform that can become costly. I would not recommend AA to people who are beginners or have a limited budget for analytics.
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Score 7 out of 10
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Adobe Analytics is great for large organizations. It makes sifting through tons of metrics and visualizing a combination of various metrics effortless. It, however, takes a considerable amount of time to develop the familiarity one must have with the tool to make the most of it. In a large organization, an individual, or even several individuals may have the bandwidth to learn the tool, but in a small organization, this may not be the case. A small organization may benefit from a more simple and limited tool.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Adobe Analytics is very well suited for medium to large e-commerce companies. If you are looking to get a better, more detailed view of your audience and how they interact with your brand across multiple channels, then Adobe Analytics is a great tool for that. Smaller companies with a limited reach may not find the return they are looking for with such a robust tool.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Adobe Analytics is a wonderful site analytics solution for large enterprises with reliable tag management resource. If the tags are not well managed it would provide very little value. It would be good for companies with multiple websites to track and manage.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Adobe Analytics is great for analysts who need to quickly analyze data to determine performance trends. However, it’s quite difficult to train people from other departments on how to use this tool.
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Score 7 out of 10
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Adobe Analytics is well-suited to enterprise organizations that have an existing, deep set of data that they want to augment with a deep level of web-focused analytics and data points. While analytics is mission-critical to every organization today, this tool is well suited for organizations that are willing to invest financial and human resources into building our their analytics strategy. With that in mind, I'd suggest that organizations ensure they are maximizing some of the more cost-effective tools that are available (Google Analytics, Snowplow, etc) before taking the plunge to onboard a platform like this.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Adobe Analytics is very useful for an ecommerce company to track popular products or even to view what educational pages are viewed on a website. For a lead generation company, it may be hard to track a single user throughout their journey and visualize how their online activity connects with actions taken offline, like over the phone with a sales representative or through online chat.
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Score 10 out of 10
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A customer continued to ask for tracking measures that Google Analytics couldn't implement on a micro-tracking basis. We implemented Adobe Analytics and were suddenly able to answer the customer's request. The customer was happy and gave us more of their work which in turn gave us more money to invest in the software add-ons.
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Score 6 out of 10
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Adobe Analytics is great for customizing once you get used to the bogged down UI and the unhelpful location of items. we've used it to mimic paywall systems of costly companies. We have base reports set up to manage our paywalls set up in Adobe and they work great. But getting at the minute data is where the issue comes in and the add-ons are needed.
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February 09, 2018

Adobe Analytics

Score 6 out of 10
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It's well suited when targeting more specific kind of users in order to drive the most relevant performance. Besides that, it provides an easy access to all conversions coming from different channels, as well as what channels have been part of the user journey. It's less appropriate for campaign management and cost allocation.
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Score 7 out of 10
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Adobe is well suited for graphical representations of growth and declines in specific areas of your web property. It also allows for customization to meet your specific needs. Segmentation and channels allow accurate tracking of which areas of your site perform the best. Report Builder and Data Warehouse are ideal for managing larger data sets and integrations with other platforms. However, data can be impacted by site implementation, and getting page-level data is difficult. A more robust search feature and a way to handle multiple pages or page-groupings of identical content hosting on different URLs is needed.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Adobe Analytics is well-suited for quick analysis of our website/mobile app especially at a summarized level. Where we start using other tools is when we have to get really granular, such as at a single customer level, though this is partly a product of how our pages are tagged.
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Score 10 out of 10
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I've found multiple scenarios where Adobe Analytics (AA) is well suited. For example, the integration of AA with Optimizely. Instead of limiting our A/B test evaluation with the pre-set Optimizely metrics, I can use a checkbox within Optimizely Options to set an eVar that will integrate almost seamlessly. Within a few hours, I can collect data such as Orders (Participation), Profit (Participation) and Time Spent on Page (examples), which provides a more in-depth analysis of how successful one variation is compared to another.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Adobe Analytics is well suited for large companies. Small businesses would definitely not benefit from it because it's expensive and most small business most likely don't need the complexity of implementation and customization effort that comes with the solution.

However, companies with many employees and different needs of user roles; companies with several sites; apps and managing different countries, companies with very complex sites and need of data will definitely find value on Adobe Analytics because it is an enterprise worthy solution.
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Score 8 out of 10
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The pathways tab on Adobe Analytics was particularly useful in determining how my website was being used. It showed me what content was getting clicked on and what navigation through the site my visitors were taking. It helped me to reorganize the layout of my website so that users got what I wanted them to get to right away. I would say it's not as good at the overall health your business as it is targeted at getting you an optimized website.
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About Adobe Analytics

Adobe acquired Omniture in 2009 and re-branded the platform as SiteCatalyst. It is now part of Adobe Marketing Cloud along with other products such as social marketing, test and targeting, and tag management.

SiteCatalyst is one of the leading vendors in the web analytics category and is particularly strong in combining web analytics with other digital marketing capabilities like audience management and data management.

Adobe Analytics also includes predictive marketing capabilities that help users find trends in customer behavior patterns leading up to conversion. According to the vendor, these insights can help predict which campaigns will be most successful.

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