Hints for multiple top-level-domains

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The top-level domain (TLD) specifies what type of entity your organization registers as on the internet.
".com" is used by a lot of commercial entities. It's also very common to have a top-level domain per language/country. For example, the Swedish version of the website might have ".se", Norway ".no" etc. The global website might be ".com" and then you get redirected by your location.
 

If you have a website with multiple top-level-domains and you chose to have the same Symplify script on all of them (which we recommend), you might want to run experiments on just one (or a few) top-level-domains you need to set this up in Audience.

Example 1

You want to run an experiment only on Product Detail Pages (PDP) on the Swedish and the Finnish market (and not on the other markets).

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You do this by adding the URL statements in the first IF BLOCK with OR as the operator. Then add a new IF BLOCK with AND as the operator

Add a Page Content statement in that block. This Page Content targets an element that is unique on a Product Detail Page (PDP).

This Audience will read: IF URL Contains "siteshopping.se" OR "siteshopping.fi" AND Page Content consist of an element with the class "product-header".

NOTICE: The example above will target Product Detail Pages (PDP) on the Swedish and the Finnish markets (top-level-domains). If you enter the Norwegian website (siteshopping.no) Audience will be FALSE.

 

Example 2

You want to run an experiment only on Product Detail Pages (PDP) but on all markets (top-level-domains)

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Here you only need to add the Page Content statement to target Product Detail Pages (PDP).

NOTICE: This Audience does not contain the URL check for markets (top-level-domains), and will therefore be TRUE on all Product Detail Pages (PDP) on all markets (top-level-domains).

 

 

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