Cross-Channel Analytics

Last update: 2023-06-28
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Cross-Channel Analytics (CCA) allows you to re-key a dataset’s person ID, which enables a seamless combination of multiple datasets. CCA looks at user data from both authenticated and unauthenticated sessions to generate a stitched ID. Using Cross-Channel Analytics, you can answer questions such as:

  • How many people begin their experience in one channel, then finish it in another?
  • How many people interact with my brand? How many and what types of devices do they use? How do they overlap?
  • How often do people begin a task on a mobile device and then later move to a desktop PC to complete the task? Do campaign click-throughs that land on one device lead to conversion somewhere else?
  • How does my understanding of campaign effectiveness change if I take into account cross-device journeys? How does my funnel analysis change?
  • What are the most common paths users take from one device to another? Where do they drop out? Where do they succeed?
  • How does the behavior of users with multiple devices differ from the users with a single device?

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