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Duplicate Campaign Parameters

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Campaign parameters are case sensitive, so hits with the same keyword text but different letter cases will show up separately in reports. As an example, the keywords "newsletter" and "Newsletter" would be considered different and would have separate rows in reports.

Property signin-email.com is receiving hits with utm_term parameters of the same text but different letter cases, such as:

Email.com
email.com

To avoid having data from the same keywords split across multiple rows in reports, you can set a case filter for Campaign Term on your views.

 

 

Please anyone give me solution...

 

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Re: Duplicate Campaign Parameters

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Hi :-)
Create a filter
Type - Custom > lowercase
Filter Field - Campaign Term (or whichever field you are wanting to change to lowercase)

Thanks
Bronwyn
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Duplicate Campaign Parameters

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I'm facing this problem for Space-O Technologies.

 

"Property Space-O is receiving hits with utm_source parameters of the same text but different letter cases."

 

Can anyone help?

Duplicate Campaign Parameters

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