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Tracking web page visits with or without the "www" prefix

Question asked by 6153a233210cd6f02cb535ff7f15aea16fee05b1 on Feb 13, 2013
Latest reply on Feb 13, 2013 by Jep Castelein

     I am setting up a Marketing Activity to target people who have hit some pages.  However, I have noticed that when I type in URLs to target, the auto-fill is suggesting duplicate URLs, giving me the option of including the URLs with the "www" prefix.  For example:

     "www.xyz.com"
     "xyz.com"

     This is leading me to believe that those who type in "www." are going to be tracked differently than those who don't.  Is this true?  Does it not merge the data since they technically are hitting the same exact page?  I was hoping that I would only have to select one URL, preferrably without the prefix.  Also, if I am running Smart Campaigns, then I would need to always include both with and without "www."

     Any insight would be great.

     Thanks!

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