Many individuals visit your sites. Learning who they are and their activities and interests helps you improve business with them. Individual profiles help your Sales, Customer Service, and Customer Relations teams work personally with them. The profiles help you gain more context on what people do on your websites and their interests, so you can communicate with them intelligently according to their needs.
Here’s how to view Individual profiles:
Select Individuals from the left navigation panel. The Individuals page appears, listing individual contacts, so you can page through, search for, and select them to learn more about them.
Select an Individual to view these things about the person:
Activities on your sites
Identity details and properties
Each Individual profile has these tabs:
Let’s explore them to learn more about people you do business with.
The bar graph presents a summary of the individual’s recent activities. Change the view between daily, weekly, and monthly views. Click the time period selector to change the time range. Use the search bar to filter events by key terms.
The activity stream presents past activities that are separated by sessions. Each session is indicated by a blue dot on the left of the time stamp. Click on a session to see session’s details (e.g. device and browser information).
The Overview tab also gives you a glimpse of a person’s profile data, topics of interest, and associated audience segments. Clicking the View all … link for the Details, Interests, or Segments summary opens its respective tab.
Click on the Details tab to explore an Individual’s details.
The Details tab shows all of the person’s attributes, the data sources they came from, and when they were last modified.
Click on the Interests tab.
Depending on the web pages or assets a user interacts with, Analytics Cloud uses an advanced algorithm to find out what an individual’s interests are with your brand. This helps you prepare for conversations with the individual or create campaigns based on the interests. For more information, see Understanding Interests.