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Referrer application object
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April 12, 2013
You can target your content to users based on what site the user came from before the user accessed your site. You can also target your content by the search parameters that are entered by users in a search engine.
The Referrer application object supports the following search engines:
Example: Creating a visibility rule that uses the referral host and search attributes
Learn more about the Referrer application object through an example. In this example, you are creating a visibility rule that uses the referral host and search attributes. These attributes are only used in rules to display ski related vacation information for users that search on ski trips in Google.
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