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05-01-2015 10:53 AM - last edited on 03-28-2016 04:15 PM by kathleen_jo
Please email me (email@example.com) and your Account Manager:
1) The Tealium iQ profiles that are sending data to AudienceStream
2) The single AudienceStream profile that all the TiQ profiles feed into.
We'll be able to make a configuration for you that allows the data sources from all the TiQ profiles to sync into the single AS profile.
For future readers of this post:
There is a data source sync that must be configured by a Tealium employee. This will allow data sources from multiple Tealium iQ profiles to appear in a single AudienceStream profile. Contact your Account/Deployment Manager and they will submit the appropriate request for this to be completed.
05-11-2016 11:57 AM - last edited on 05-11-2016 12:02 PM by kathleen_jo
Found this thread when I was wondering about the same thing. Is there any additonal time/processing delay or downside to merging multiple IQ profiles into a single AudienceStream Profile? Or anything else to be aware of?
There are no delays processing the data. The endpoint is there to collect the data so AudienceStream can begin its processing as soon as the data is received.
The only time we suggest not combing multiple TiQ profiles into a single AS profiles is when those TiQ profiles are seen as wholly independent sites where tracking cross domain visitors is not a concern, or the reporting and action requirements are fully exclusive. This happens when a parent company owns several sub brands that all operate differently from each other.
It's pretty common to have many TiQ profiles feed into a single AS profile. That data source sync I previously mentioned is one of the few requirements in place, and the only one that requires Engineering support.
Does this help answer your question?