Attribution is difficult but digital data can help. Ritesh Gupta, EyeforTravel’s Travel Journalist, gets the low-down and the highbrow from a marketing expert at Travelocity. No marketing investment can be committed to unless it can demonstrate a tangible impact on metrics. Digital advertising is no different. However given its potential to be a high performance medium that delivers intelligent and relevant data, works strongly in its favor.
Indeed, actionable data intelligence today is being converted into targeted marketing actions: SEO templates, content initiatives, link building and so on. So when marketing executives see technology that can process huge quantities of structured and unstructured data, while at the same time gleaning actionable insights, then they are in a better to ‘sell’ campaigns that actually deliver to the rest of the business.
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