Interest in cross-channel integration is at the forefront of many marketers’ minds. Convertro's Head of Analytics & Data Science, Michael Cohen, speaks to eMarketer.
Amy Mitchell explains how far the internet pioneer has come and where it's going in bridging physical and digital consumer analytics.
Overall awareness of multitouch attribution is fairly high, but hurdles remain in terms of advertiser adoption. Advertisers have just started to identify internal experts who are focused on return on investment for each media channel.
Sydney-based Nikki Retallick will take the reins as head of data and attribution APAC focusing on those areas which AOL deems are the two fundamental building blocks in its unified programmatic solution for publishers, advertisers and agencies alike.
A sophisticated unified measurement model will yield major marketing outcomes. In order for MMM and MTA to exist harmoniously they must be effectively unified in a single model. They must establish the same link between marketing actions to marketing objectives, and they must process the same data inputs, considerations, and variables.
Convertro has been named a Visionary in the Gartner 2015 Magic Quadrant for Digital Marketing Analytics. Convertro was one of 12 companies that Gartner evaluated in the first Magic Quadrant for this important new marketing analytics technology category...
Convertro, part of One by AOL Attribution, the marketing brain of the One platform, now considers incremental and outside influences like competition, economic conditions and weather.
“This is an area we’re in high collaboration with Verizon, getting more into the mobile programmatic space,” she said. “Coming from the multitouch attribution space, that would be our expectation – to start doing programmatic TV and more mobile advertising. It will supercharge our multichannel attribution in the areas of cross-device and set-top box data.”
Local weather, not just ads, influences purchases, said Amy Mitchell, general manager of Convertro, a division of AOL Platforms. "It's about planning and making predictions on how media will perform through machine learning," she said, adding that it's not necessarily in real-time, but within a couple of weeks.
Convertro announced today that the 2014 Forrester Research, Inc. report titled “The Forrester Wave™: Cross-Channel Attribution Providers, Q4 2014” has recognized Convertro as a leader.