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I would build a nightly recurring batch campaign with a Visited Web Page filter and the following constraints:
Web Page: not contains unsubscribe, support, career
Date of Activity: in time frame this this week SS, this month, this year, etc.
Min. Number of Times: 9
Best of luck,
Agree with this... batch campaigns are more effective in measuring time-based activity. Given that you're looking to score based on weekly activity, you could run this smart campaign as a weekly batch during the weekend to ensure that you're not impacting your campaigns during the week.
I would slightly modify to measure:
Date of activity is Last 7 Days
Minimum number of times: 10
Run weekly at 10pm on Saturdays or daily during non-business hours. Lead qualifies 1x per week.
Thanks, these both address the timing issue, but what about multiple pages? The issue I experience is sometimes when someone visits a link via email, it shows up as multiple page visits (due to a spam filter, IT, etc.). So instead of scoring by visits, the idea would be to score on number of different pages visited during a timeframe.
These solutions will definitely work, but the challenge is trying to score a record when they have visited at least 10 unique pages per week and then give them a score of 10.
The "minimum number of times" would calculate the same page multiple times and I think that is what Jason is trying to avoid.
I'm not sure, other than Sanford's suggestion, that there is a good out of the box way to track unique visits, aside from tracking every page with a counter from a smart campaign trigger. That would theoretically give you what you need but it's not very scalable.
Floyd is right, there's no way to meet this objective correctly without help from a webhook.
Thanks everyone - I think I am going to hand-pick ten specific pages and have those as filters on a visit website trigger. That's about all I can do it seems.