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Choosing the right attribution model
Choosing the right attribution model

Delve into the critical task of pinpointing the most fitting attribution framework for your business and objective

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Written by Apoorva Wate
Updated over a week ago

Selecting the appropriate attribution model for your enterprise goes beyond mere speculation; it's a data-driven exercise aligned with particular goals. Here are some nuanced suggestions to guide your decision-making:

  • First Touch: Because it shows which marketing methods catch the eye of new customers, this model is a great option for when you want to understand top-of-the-funnel buyers.

  • Last Touch: Opt for this attribution model when you want to know what drives your customers to action, even if it’s after they have been primed through other channels.

  • Linear: Use this model when you want a broad picture of your marketing strategy and a general accounting of all channels.

  • Time decay - This is your go-to model when you are most interested in the channels that drive conversions or work better at the bottom of the sales funnel — and when you want to place less emphasis on the top of the funnel but still want to account for all channels.

  • U-shaped - Choose this model when you're after a more balanced assessment of your marketing efforts. It's particularly useful when the mid-journey touchpoints are more nebulous, yet you wish to acknowledge their role in the consumer's decision-making process.

Each model has its unique strengths and applicability, so your choice should closely align with your campaign objectives and the intricacies of your customer journey.

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