Join Date: Feb 2009
Cookies that last more than 30 days...
Is anybody aware of web analytics tools such as Omniture and the likes which cookies would last more than 30 days?
I am currently measuring where people are accessing my website from thanks to a tool called Weborama. I'm doing that by creating tagged links that I place in my ads, and that subsequently trigger a cookie when people click on the link, which allows me to determine how people found my website, through which advert.
Trouble is, the cookie dies after 31 days, and since I'm doing this for an academic institution, the overall time of the enrolment procedure often exceeds 31 days... which means by the time people reach the final conversion page of the enrolment process they no longer have the cookie installed on their computer and thus I don't know where they came from...
Are there any web analytics tools out there that have longer lasting cookies?
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