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Hi,

 

i am having trouble that my utm-parameters are attributed correctly.

 

Source and medium facebook.com / paid (Same for twitter.com)

 

Problem: But this gets not attributed to the "social network" Facebook, but it is attributed to "not set" for "Social Network". It is classified under "Social" though as I modified the channel groupings.

 

Question: Is there a way that this is attributed to facebook (Social network). What are the values for medium that it is classified as facebook?

 

Best practice: What is your array of values for source, medium that you use to achieve a correct attribution?

 

Thanks

 

 

Channel grouping Social network

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I too have a similar issue. I have medium set to "PaidSocial". When I look at aquisitions I can see traffic that come from this custom channel grouping. But when I look at the Assisted Conversions for example, I get nothing from "PaidSocial", it doesn't even show up in an other category.