Wondering if this is possible using a single Tealium Profile. I have two domain.
www.company.com - for browse products
www.companyshop.com - for cart/checkout/confirmation
www.companyshop.com is a legacy system and user gets a cookie once the purchase a product e.g. cookie name = buyer, value = yes. We have added Tealium JS code in www.companyshop.com and I have created a first party cookie variable in Tealium so in browser console utag.data gives me :
cp.buyer : "yes"
also to add 3rd party marketing systems are using the above cookie. Unfortunately no change can be made to the cookie and it gets set at domain level ".companyshop.com"
How can I create an exactly identical cookie (Presist Data Extension) under the ".company.com" domain? Any thoughts?
So to start with let me point you towards: https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/iQ-Tag-Management/Cross-Domain-Tracking-Using-First-Party-Cookie-...
There are other options if this doesn't work using some of the technology mentioned above.
This would involve, fingerprinting the device that is being used, by getting information from the browser like:
And maybe some others like browser height & width.
Using all of these details you can create a unique ID for the browser which will be the same in every instance. You can then use the cookie sync service with this ID to set/get and data.
11-08-2017 04:22 AM - last edited on 11-08-2017 08:39 AM by kathleen_jo
If I understand correctly, @zhaque, need to effectively synchronise a 1st party cookie from one domain to another?
We don't have audience stream unfortunately. So won't work. I guess audience stream allows you to store - data captured on Tealium servers and pass it back to US.. wish we had :)
+1 for a free light weight version for all :)
thanks for your reply.
11-08-2017 09:22 AM - edited 11-08-2017 09:24 AM
AudienceStream does do that, yes.
Just a thought, @zhaque - If you have full dev control over both domains, you could create a custom tag to send the cookie to an iframe page based on the other domain's server which, in turn, writes the cookie - it will then be 1st party on the other domain. The server-side component would have to be something that you create, but you could use TiQ to implement the tag.
I have found a work around but the solution doesn't use Tealium. However the prototype so far seems to be working. but once I have some more data - i will update the thread. Solution is using Adobe products. Will get back to you guys shortly.