Mastering marketing attribution tracking

It was Einstein who said that “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough”, but we doubt he’d many conversations about marketing attribution. In an attempt to prove him right, however, The Fusion Analytics team have written a four part series of guides aimed at explaining in simple terms how to track customer attribution.

This stems from the team’s many (many) conversations with clients and prospects on the subject of attribution and the confusion that often surrounds the subject.

Typically that confusion centres around these 3 areas:

  1. What marketing attribution really means
  2. Varying approaches to attribution and the impact of missing data
  3. Perception that there is just true answer or one ‘off the shelf’ approach

Building an attribution framework that meets your business needs

The guide – Building an attribution framework that meets your business needs goes back to basics to reveal the foundation stones which make an attribution framework truly effective.

It covers areas such as:

  • Understanding the customer buying nuances for different types of brands and purchases
  • Broadening the traditional marketing channel evaluation methods and approaches
  • Questions that should be at the heart of a robust and effective attribution framework
  • Setting the right objectives to measure your marketing channels’ effectiveness
  • Rethinking the marketing budgeting process as a result

Along the way the guide features helpful examples and checklists to enable you to evaluate and enhance your own attribution framework.

Download a copy of the Guide here:

Building an attribution framework that meets your business needs

You might also find this article with further effective marketing attribution approaches of help:

Read: How to measure the impact of a channel (for a range of channels)

Can we help?

In the meantime, if you need help and support with your attribution tracking, please contact the team at e: info@fusion-analytics.co.uk  or t: 0203 287 5 387