For marketers today, understanding the customer journey to an actual sale is just as valuable as the sale itself. But it’s not an easy task. Between devices, consumer IDs, channel variation, walled garden platforms and much more, how does a marketer actually begin to understand an individuals unique journey to buying? That’s where attribution modeling comes in.
Although digital has been a significant part of shopper marketing for a few years now, connecting with customers digitally on an individual, one-to-one level has been a challenge for the industry. Why? Because most of the data comes in the form of "audiences" and "segments," not individual journeys.