Regarding segmentation by page URL

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I'd like to segment by using page URL filters.

 

- original URL: http://team.titleist.co.kr/find-a-golf-shop

- another URLs adding parameter: (it's sampel url)

(A) http://team.titleist.co.kr/find-a-golf-shop#type=ball

(B) http://team.titleist.co.kr/find-a-golf-shop#type=club

 

For example, when the customer search for A, we want to send an email regarding A information to them. And when the customer search for B, we want to send an email regarding B information like club to them.

That is, we'd like to send an targeting email.

So we need to segment the customers according to the url parameter. 

 

Actually, I tested it, but it seems that HubSpot can't recognize 2 URL isn't same.

 

Do you think it's impossible?

 

Thank in advance Smiley Happy

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Hi @jini - are these URLs seperate pages or separate parts of the same page? It looks like they might just be an anchor tag on the same page. In this case, I wouldn't expect the URL to be able to distinguish the difference, because technically it's the same URL with different fragments

 

https://doepud.co.uk/blog/anatomy-of-a-url

 

Additionally, if it's just a search index, I also would not expect this to work becuase it's a dynamically generated index, it's not really a published webpage with a static address. 

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Hi @jini - are these URLs seperate pages or separate parts of the same page? It looks like they might just be an anchor tag on the same page. In this case, I wouldn't expect the URL to be able to distinguish the difference, because technically it's the same URL with different fragments

 

https://doepud.co.uk/blog/anatomy-of-a-url

 

Additionally, if it's just a search index, I also would not expect this to work becuase it's a dynamically generated index, it's not really a published webpage with a static address. 

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