The multiplication of marketing channels and devices concerning consumers has greatly increased the complexity faced by brands in their marketing efforts. This white paper aims to explain the issues, the principal attribution models used and the related challenges.
Marketers need an attribution model that offers accuracy, transparency, and flexibility in attributing credit to the many online and offline marketing channels and campaign they fund.
This paper describes the specific challenges that marketing organizations face and the approach they need to take to improve results going forward. Identify the "buying journeys" of your customers and collect the insight needed to maximize your marketing budget.
Download our new white paper, Top Analysis Tips & Tricks for 2015, to discover best practices for marketing analytics success. Packed with practical advice from digital marketing experts and industry insight from Web Analytics Demystified, this hands-on guide will help you unleash the power of your Adobe Analytics solution so you can:
• Implement advanced segmentation strategies
• Make the most of marketing attribution
• Build models for predictive analysis
Published By: Quantcast
Published Date: Feb 13, 2015
Jeder Kontaktpunkt auf dem Weg eines Kunden ist messbar, sodass Werbetreibende die wirkungsvollsten Strategien identifizieren und ihre erfolgreichsten Kampagnen skalieren können. Doch nicht alle Attributionsmodelle liefern die richtigen Impulse oder messen die wirklich relevanten Werte.
Published By: Quantcast
Published Date: Jan 07, 2015
Attribution models assign credit to some or all of the touchpoints that contribute to a conversion—such as impressions, clicks, web searches, and website visits.
Download this attribution guide today and we’ll outline some of the most common models used to measure display advertising and get to the bottom of how they may work for you.
To help data-driven marketers find better multi-touch strategies for understanding the full customer journey, allocating marketing budgets, and optimizing campaigns, we ran an in-depth survey of professional marketers in the US. Our findings should provide guidance on how to measure your campaign performance in the long and short term.
If you’re searching for information about attribution, you’ve come to the right place. Solving the attribution problem will be one of the most important things you do to boost ROI for your organization. In fact, 58% of marketers depend on attribution to allocate their marketing budget to the most effective channels.
In a few short pages, this guide will deliver all the practical advice you need to run with the pros.
AdRoll looked in detail at the attribution strategies that agencies and brands across these markets are employing to find out how well they are leveraging their data to attract, convert and grow their customer base, as well as the challenges they face in integrating attribution into their marketing. From all of this AdRoll and Econsultancy deliver key insights and actionable insights which you can apply to your business in implementing or optimising attribution modeling.
AdRoll sat down with some of Australia’s leading media agencies for a detailed conversation about their approach to attribution. From that discussion, AdRoll compiled the top 10 tips those agencies would like to impart about attribution modelling. Download to learn more!
Over the past few years attribution has become one of the most-discussed concepts in marketing and sales. Everyone agrees it’s critically important to get right, but there’s no such thing as a “one size fits all” model. Meanwhile countless whitepapers have been written, all with the goal of providing a brief precis of the best way to measure it, but the reality is there’s no universally correct answer...
Did you know...
• 57% of marketers are changing their attribution model this year
• Almost 40% of marketers spend a majority of their budgets on measurement alone
• 69% of marketers are using dynamic email based on user behavior
This report from AdRoll compiles survey results from 1,300 marketers about how they coordinate various different channels and technologies to achieve their goals, and how they're thinking about the latest performance strategies across every stage of the marketing funnel.
This paper discusses the different attribution models available to marketers, the channels that should be included when conducting multichannel attribution modelling and recommendations for making attribution a part of your ongoing strategy.