[Press Release] AppsFlyer Announces “Multi-Touch Attribution” Analytics To Reveal The True Impact Of Mobile Marketing Campaigns
Now app marketers can measure all ad touches that contributed to an install, not just the last touch that can lead to wrong advertising decisions
San Francisco – June 24, 2015 – AppsFlyer, a leading mobile marketing attribution and analytics platform, announced today the release of its new “Multi-Touch Attribution” measurement tool, the first solution to help application marketers measure every source that contributed to a new user. Existing solutions only report on the last touch source that a consumer interacted with before installing an app, but AppsFlyer’s “Multi-Touch Attribution” tool gives credit to other sources that served at least one ad to a consumer and likely contributed to their decision. “Multi-Touch Attribution” is now available for all AppsFlyer clients as a new report within the AppsFlyer dashboard.
“The advertising industry understands that consumers are typically exposed to relevant ad messages throughout their user journey, starting from brand awareness activities all the way to direct response. Until now, app attribution solutions have operated under the assumption that the last touch is the only one that matters,” said Oren Kaniel, co-founder and CEO of AppsFlyer. “There is nothing random in our world. For every client action, there are likely to be a number of triggers besides the last touch that played a role in influencing the consumer, and our new ‘Multi-Touch Attribution’ tool allows advertiser to make the right decisions based on facts and not on assumptions.”
Proper attribution for mobile app marketing campaigns, including crediting assisted installs, is critical for helping developers allocate future ad spend appropriately and optimize campaigns for maximum ROI. AppsFlyer’s “Multi-Touch Attribution” solution provides developers with a true measure of an advertising source’s effectiveness by going beyond its last touch with consumers and measuring the overall impact of its influence.
In beta testing, a major retail client found that 23% of its total new users were generated from multiple sources. Each of those multi-touch installs were touched by an average of 2.7 sources, with key content-based advertising platforms as the most common sources of assists before the last touch. This information helped the retail client understand that its effective Cost Per Install (eCPI) from those platforms was considerably lower than it had previously thought. The retailer found that increasing the budgets of previously considered poor performers actually increased its overall ROI.
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Existing AppsFlyer customers can contact their account managers with questions regarding Multi-Touch Attribution measurement. New customers can request a free demo or sign up for an account through the AppsFlyer web site at www.appsflyer.com.