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Goodbye Last-Touch Attribution? Time to Use Multi-Touch Attribution

Goodbye Last-Touch Attribution? Time to Use Multi-Touch Attribution

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Jim Nail, principal analyst at Forrester and Nielsen Visual IQ’s CMO, Wayne St. Amand discuss why marketers should be moving away from last-touch attribution to multi-touch attribution to successfully measure their campaigns.

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    When it comes to performance campaign measurement, many marketers are still using the most basic form of measurement - last-touch attribution. Looking only at conversions misses a good deal of the impact of digital advertising as a whole, that’s why multi-touch attribution — allocating credit across all marketing touchpoints— is gaining momentum. But some marketers are still unfamiliar on how to take full advantage of this more robust approach.

    In this on-demand webinar, guest speaker Jim Nail, principal analyst at Forrester, and Nielsen Visual IQ’s CMO, Wayne St. Amand explore why marketers should make the move to multi-touch attribution. They share insights and best practices, including:

    • Common challenges marketers face when transitioning to multi-touch attribution
    • How to make your multi-touch attribution engagement a success
    • The kinds of results marketers can expect when moving to multi-touch attribution

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