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- You can only count the number of pages viewed, not the number of visit. This is done through using a "min number of times" constraint to the "visited web page" filter or "visits web page" trigger
- You cannot count it "In the same day" if you are talking Calendar day, but you can indeed limit it to be "within the last 24 hours". This is using the "date of activity" constraint
- You cannot unfortunately make sure that this is done on the different pages. Vote here: Add a "first time" constraint to "opens email" and "clicks link in email" triggers and "email opened" and "click link in email" filters, as well as to "Visits web page" trigger and "visited web page" filter
Looks like Greg's got this. If you really care about the lead visiting separate pages, you could consider 'grouping' your pages into categories. For example, if you were running a company that blogged about MarTech, you could have categories on Lead Gen, Demand Gen, ABM, etc. Then, you could set up separate smart campaigns for each category.
Visited web page containing blog/leadGen -> +2 points
Then you can add extra points for leads who are members of both the LeadGen and ABM smart campaigns, etc.
This is not really scalable if you have a ton of categories or plan on adding categories on an ongoing basis, but it could help give insights into leads with broader interests in your content.