The Model Comparison Tool report in Google Analytics evaluates non-last click models to help you better measure success. Justine Rabideau on December 10, 2019 When was the last time you searched for something, clicked an ad and purchased immediately? Probably never. That’s why it’s time for marketers to stop using last-click attribution for measuring success … Continue reading Pro Tip: Why you should stop using last-click attribution in Google Ads
by Patrick Hopf July 26, 2016 Follow @SourceKnowledgeJuly 26, 2016 These days, most marketers understand the value of attribution as it relates to measuring campaign results. However, today’s attribution models vary widely in terms of sophistication and effectiveness. Last-click attribution – in which all credit is given to the last click on the path to … Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Be Using Last-Click Attribution [Infographic]
Gavin O’Malley @mp_gavin, June 12, 2015 While top brands have been slow to evolve, they insist that the days of last-touch attribution are numbered. The Home Depot is a case in point. Though it’s still stuck in last-touch limbo, that’s finally changing, according to Sean Kainec, Senior Manager of Search Engine Optimization at the home … Continue reading Can Last-Click Attribution Be Killed?