Get started with Dreamdata
How to invite your colleagues to Dreamdata
How to set up Dreamdata Web tracking (analytics.js) manually
How to set up up Dreamdata web tracking (analytics.js) using Google Tag Manager
How to track forms adding the auto-identify script via Google Tag Manager.
Onboarding for paying customers [VIDEO]
Onboarding process for free customers [VIDEO]
Setting Up Dreamdata
The Onboarding Process
What is Dreamdata? [VIDEO]
Content Performance - Dashboard Options
Which channel performs best for different content?
Which content generates pipeline?
Measuring influenced pipeline for B2B content - the true conversion metric
Setup Content Reporting
What KPI to measure the effect of B2B content?
Google Display Ads
Google Search Ads
Return on Ads Spend
Performance vs. Revenue attribution: A guide on when to use what
Import cost data using Google Sheet
Importing historical data to Dreamdata using Google Sheets
RollWorks Site Traffic Revealer
Setting up AdRoll
Setting up Bing Ads
Setting up Capterra
Setting up Close
Setting up Data Export to BigQuery of CRM Properties
Setting up Facebook Ads
Setting up G2 Crowd
Setting up Google Ads
Setting up Google Search
Setting up HubSpot
Setting up Intercom
Setting up LinkedIn Ads
Setting up Marketo
Setting up Microsoft Dynamics
Setting up Pardot
Setting up Pipedrive
Setting up Salesforce
Setting up Twitter Ads
Setting up Zapier integration & Zaps for Lead Gen forms/Lead Ads
Setting up Zendesk Sell
Setting up Zoho CRM
Triblio ABM platform
Connect to AWS Redshift using AWS Glue
Connect your Dreamdata data to Amazon Redshift
Connect your Dreamdata data to Snowflake
Getting Started with Google Data Studio Templates
Google Cloud Storage
Google Connected Sheets
Guides for Google Data Studio Reporting
LinkedIn Offline Conversion
Advanced Identification of users and companies
How does Dreamdata track all relevant on-site customer data?
How to track your emails?
Pardot iframe form tracking
Reduce impact from ad-blockers and Apple ITP 2.x
Server Side Analytics APIs
Tracking Hubspot Forms with auto-identify script
Tracking SPAs (Single Page Applications)
Tracking iframes with auto-identify script
Tracking using Sleeknote or Drift
Setting up your customised Stage Models
Setting up your default Stage Models
Can I exclude content or websites from being tracked?
Roles and Permissions
Some of my deals are flagged with "no-tracking". What does it mean?
What does Visitors, Contacts and Companies mean?
What is a Stage Model?
What is a company in Dreamdata?
What is a session?
Why are my dashboards empty?
Ideal Customer Profile
Intro Template for your new clients
Referral Guide and UTM tracking
Quick learning videos!
Are you using G2?
Do you know how your company is generating money?
Do you know which of your Marketing activities had the biggest impact on pipeline and revenue?
Dreamdata Content Analytics: Discover the real value of your content
Find the content that generates most pipeline
Helping BDRs break through to the hottest accounts
How Content Analytics tracks the influence of content of pipeline and revenue
How to cut the cost of your Google Search Ads
How to easily build a retargeting audience with Dreamdata
How to see the value of B2B Google Ads in pipeline and revenue generated
How to set up content categories on Dreamdata
Performance vs. Revenue Analytics reports- when to apply them best!
See the value of SEO in pipeline and revenue generated
What attribution really is and why you should care!
Which of your emails produce pipeline and revenue?
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- General Settings
- Cookie Retention
Updated by Ole Dallerup
A user lands on a page you own (for the first time) with a Dreamdata tracking script. The user is then assigned an anonymous ID stored as a first-party cookie in the user's browser with an expiration of 1 year. The expiration renews every time the user returns. The cookie is also replicated to local storage with no expiration date. The tracking script tracks across subdomains out of the box.
When that user arrives on another page later, we will re-use that locally stored anonymous ID if it is present, and those sessions will be visible as a single user inside Dreamdata. If the user is identified using an email in the browser, the email will act as the identifier across sessions, browsers, and devices.
If the user clears their cookies or some automated browser cookie-clean cycle has been in effect, that user will be assigned a new anonymous ID and will effectively be a separate anonymous user in our system. Suppose the unique anonymous ID is associated with an email at a later point. The activities will union based on the email associated with the same users and persist across sessions, browsers, and devices.
Dreamdata keeps all anonymous IDs in our database. We experience that most browsers (including Safari) use first-party cookies and only remove them when they expire. However, users can clear cookies, and browsers work differently depending on user settings.
Browser behavior might change in the future. Therefore it's recommended to ensure users are identified with email as often as possible or when it makes sense, as that removes the need for cookies to persist over extended periods. Identifying frequently ensures that cookies are less essential. It also provides that you can track users across devices.
3rd party cookies
Dreamdata does not use or benefit from 3rd party cookies. 3rd party cookies have shorter retention in some browsers (e.g., Safari) and will likely, over time, stop working or become even more restricted.