How To Measure Cross Channel Marketing

Multiple marketing channels require cross-platform attribution. Entering 2014, most would agree cross-platform marketing has become a must for any company hoping to reach consumers on their terms. They would also likely concur that such a mandate carries with it an expectation that as marketers tack on additional channels, formats and platforms, they would be met … Continue reading »

How Do You Measure Marketing Performance? [survey]

Measuring marketing performance is imperative. But the varied approaches marketers used are as varied as the organizations they work for. Direct Marketing News and Beagle Research conducted a survey asking readers how they measure marketing performance at their company. About 50 respondents stepped outside their comfort zone to share with us how they measure marketing … Continue reading »

Marketers Turn to Attribution Modeling [survey]

Modeling helps assign value to touchpoints Today’s digital consumer is exposed to a huge number of marketing messages via display ads, search, email, mobile, social media and other sources along the path to purchase. But until recently, many retailers mainly paid attention only to customers’ “last click”—an approach that ignores all other marketing touchpoints that … Continue reading »

Marketers Turn to Attribution Modeling [survey]

Modeling helps assign value to touchpoints Today’s digital consumer is exposed to a huge number of marketing messages via display ads, search, email, mobile, social media and other sources along the path to purchase. But until recently, many retailers mainly paid attention only to customers’ “last click”—an approach that ignores all other marketing touchpoints that … Continue reading »

Marketers Turn to Attribution Modeling [survey]

Modeling helps assign value to touchpoints Today’s digital consumer is exposed to a huge number of marketing messages via display ads, search, email, mobile, social media and other sources along the path to purchase. But until recently, many retailers mainly paid attention only to customers’ “last click”—an approach that ignores all other marketing touchpoints that … Continue reading »