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Attribution Modeling-First & Last touch

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Hello Everyone,
I am trying to know the purchase decision process of the user passing through 1st touch channel  and last touch channel. Example, we might see an ad on a certain platform but convert through another.
Is there a way to compare first and last touch channel attribution on Adobe in terms of visits and add to carts ?
I tried to create a blank chart with the dimensions of first and last touch channel but i did not find visits as a metric.
Appreciate your feedback.
Thank you 

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Hi, I am not sure I understand what kind of comparison you are trying to achieve.. but I can pull up Last Touch Channels and First Touch Channels by Visits and Cart Additions as you asked:

 

Jennifer_Dungan_0-1694399782506.png

 

As a sort of comparison, I also did a visualization that looked at the cross between First Touch (along the top, stacked with the metric) and used Last Touch as the breakdown:

 

Jennifer_Dungan_1-1694399909907.png

 

 

I suppose you could also use a Flow chart (Visitor Level) to look at First Touch then moving to Last Touch (repeats on) to see how users are moving between channels like so:

Jennifer_Dungan_2-1694400245324.png

 

 

You can build this by starting with First Touch Channel as the "Starts With", then add a column to the flow, then you can drag Last Touch Channel over that new column, replacing the dimension.

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Community Advisor

Hi, I am not sure I understand what kind of comparison you are trying to achieve.. but I can pull up Last Touch Channels and First Touch Channels by Visits and Cart Additions as you asked:

 

Jennifer_Dungan_0-1694399782506.png

 

As a sort of comparison, I also did a visualization that looked at the cross between First Touch (along the top, stacked with the metric) and used Last Touch as the breakdown:

 

Jennifer_Dungan_1-1694399909907.png

 

 

I suppose you could also use a Flow chart (Visitor Level) to look at First Touch then moving to Last Touch (repeats on) to see how users are moving between channels like so:

Jennifer_Dungan_2-1694400245324.png

 

 

You can build this by starting with First Touch Channel as the "Starts With", then add a column to the flow, then you can drag Last Touch Channel over that new column, replacing the dimension.