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Price Range in Google Analytics Enhanced Commerce

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I have a client who has some products that have multiple price options based on a variety of factors (ie http://www.aqua-man.com/itemMatrix_all.asp?GroupCode=M5691).

 

What is best practices for passing product impression and click data on search result pages(ie http://www.aqua-man.com/items.asp?Cc=CircPumps) Where the price range is shown?

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Hi Kirk,

I think it depends on how you want to use the data; that said, I think the most important thing is to be consistent. Use the lower range or upper range (or split the difference) all the time and your analysts will thank you.

Hope that helps,

Theo Bennett
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Theo,

That was my thought as the analyst. Just wondering how it would affect the data at the product level throughout the process (impression, click, add to cart, etc)

For example say I use the lowest price, then the user goes to the product page and selects the highest price and then checks out. Will that mess up the data.

If anyone has experience would love to hear it! Smiley Happy