Optimize Digital Touchpoints: Attribution or Path to Purchase?
Attribution modeling vs. path to purchase analysis: What’s the difference between the two? Which model is better? The purpose of both models is to establish optimal touchpoints for consumer interaction with the brand and to achieve the best cost savings and customer experience. Attribution is ad-centric; path to purchase is consumer-centric…
3 Strategies to Impact Your Consumer’s Path-to-Purchase
Image from: Maze image / Shutterstock I want you to take a moment to look around you. How many Internet-enabled devices do you own? I currently have two in my direct line of sight (computer, phone) and one in my bag (laptop). Like you and I, consumers live in an ‘always on’ environment. Yet, because of the multiplicity of these devices, it has become increasingly difficult to trace a consumer’s
4 Keys to Improving Any Ecommerce Strategy
Image from: Stopwatch/Magnifying Glass/Faucet/Lightbulb / Shutterstock This year $1.17 billion was spent on Cyber Monday, marking the heaviest online spending day in history. That’s a lot of capitol being exchanged exclusively online (in terms of Furbies, it’s about 19,500,000, in case anyone was wondering). Inevitably, in the thick of the commercial maelstrom known as The Holiday Season, concepts like Path-to-Purchase are gaining an almost reverent focus. The point of a
Witty Galaxy SIII Campaign Is Paying Off
Image from: Samsung Galaxy SIII / XDA-Developers.com Consumer attitudes have changed quite a bit since the iPhone first redefined the meaning of “smartphone”. In today’s world the iPhone is hardly the only cutting edge option for the tech-savvy and design-conscious consumer, and choices are getting more abundant. In a recent Compete survey of wireless shoppers 1 in 4 iPhone buyers cited familiarity, not the coolness factor or the best technology,