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How to Leverage Adobe Analytics' Attribution IQ?

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How can I leverage Adobe Analytics' Attribution IQ to compare different attribution models side by side, analyze credit assignment to various marketing channels based on the chosen model, and better understand the relative impact of different channels on my success metrics?

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You can apply attribution models to your column metrics like so:

 

Click on the Gear of the metric

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Then at the bottom, you should see "Use non-default attribution model"

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This will bring up a window that will allow you to choose a Model and lookback window:

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You can create new columns using the same metric, but apply different models to see how the values change (You will also notice that additional text is added to the metric to indicate the model in use):

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It should be noted that not all metrics can use custom attributions, Page Views, Visits, Unique Visitors, Occurrences, etc have this feature disabled.

 

 

But, if you need to use a custom attribution as part of a calculated metric (where maybe only the numerator or the denominator needs attribution applied (but not both), you can apply attribution inside the calculated metric builder, here is a video showing how to use that feature:

 

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics-learn/tutorials/analysis-workspace/attribution-iq/...

 

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Community Advisor

You can apply attribution models to your column metrics like so:

 

Click on the Gear of the metric

Jennifer_Dungan_0-1681447114567.png

 

Then at the bottom, you should see "Use non-default attribution model"

Jennifer_Dungan_1-1681447153469.png

 

This will bring up a window that will allow you to choose a Model and lookback window:

Jennifer_Dungan_2-1681447214944.png

 

You can create new columns using the same metric, but apply different models to see how the values change (You will also notice that additional text is added to the metric to indicate the model in use):

Jennifer_Dungan_3-1681447363906.png

 

It should be noted that not all metrics can use custom attributions, Page Views, Visits, Unique Visitors, Occurrences, etc have this feature disabled.

 

 

But, if you need to use a custom attribution as part of a calculated metric (where maybe only the numerator or the denominator needs attribution applied (but not both), you can apply attribution inside the calculated metric builder, here is a video showing how to use that feature:

 

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics-learn/tutorials/analysis-workspace/attribution-iq/...

 

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You can follow below steps to get results:

  1. Choose the success metric you want to analyze.

  2. Select the attribution model you want to compare. Attribution IQ provides several attribution models, including first touch, last touch, linear, time decay, and custom models.

  3. Compare different attribution models side by side. Attribution IQ allows you to compare the results of different attribution models and see how each model assigns credit to different marketing channels.

  4. Analyze credit assignment to various marketing channels based on the chosen model. You can analyze the performance of individual channels and see how they contribute to your success metrics.

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Hi Hemang35, there's an Attribution Panel that makes this a breeze.  

 

1. From the left rail pull in the attribution panel

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2. Select your metrics, dimension, models, and window.

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3. Take a drink of your coffee while Workspace does it's magic

The resulting visualizations give you a wealth of information.  Here's samples using our Evolytic's sandbox demo data

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