How do I de-code Original Referrer value to distinquish google paid search vs. organic
Sorry for the lay terms, but I am a lay person. I have been using the phrase "&adurl" as my marker in the Original Referrer value to determine the "source" of the Lead, i.e. paid vs. organic. However, this appears to be inconsistent. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Re: How do I de-code Original Referrer value to distinquish google paid search vs. organic
"gclid=" will appear on referrals from both Google's paid search and display ad networks. If you want to differentiate display ads from paid search ads, the Original Referrer for display ads will start with "http://googleads". To differentiate Google natural search referrals, the Original Referrer will contain "google." and the Original Search Engine will be "Google".