O2O Measurement and Marketing 2018: How Location Tracking, Identity Graphs and In-Store Metrics Are Improving Online-to-Offline Capabilities
O2O Measurement and Marketing 2018: How Location Tracking, Identity Graphs and In-Store Metrics Are Improving Online-to-Offline Capabilities

O2O Measurement and Marketing 2018: How Location Tracking, Identity Graphs and In-Store Metrics Are Improving Online-to-Offline Capabilities

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WHAT’S IN THIS REPORT? This report looks at the strengths of visitation and offline conversion data for assessing ad effectiveness, and how these new insights are changing marketing. It will not cover O2O commerce, a term used in markets in Asia to describe online ordering for services or products delivered in the real world, such as car-sharing or buy online, pick up in-store (BOPUS).

Online-to-offline (O2O) measurement and marketing isn’t new, but the ubiquity of mobile phones has massively expanded what marketers can do with it. With better location tracking and identity graphs, marketers now see the complete consumer journey and use better tools to judge the full impact of online (and increasingly traditional) media. These new O2O capabilities have enabled advertisers to refine goals, change creative and in some cases rethink their media mix.

  • Demand for O2O measurements has increased in most industries over the past 24 months, which has corresponded with a push by major publisher platforms to offer O2O measurement solutions.
  • Visitation data has gotten better, although bid-stream location data from exchanges is still rife with inaccuracies, and GPS data has limits in crowded urban environments and indoor spaces. Most providers use a combination of signals to get more accurate readings.
  • Purchase data is the ultimate goal for many marketers, especially those in industries like CPG and pharma. To link online advertising with offline purchases, marketers need to wait for purchase data to come from stores and then link it to an advertising ID via an identity graph. This can take up to a month, limiting the optimization that this data provides during a campaign.
  • Better offline measurements have led to an increase of advertising with measurable offline goals.
  • Although rising privacy concerns have started to put pressure on O2O providers, especially in Europe, they are unlikely to derail the trend toward greater O2O measurement. The offline data, however, will likely come with more restrictions and will likely require more explicit consent from consumers.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. O2O Marketing and Measurement
  2. O2O Data Quality in 2018: Assessing the Current State of Visitation and Purchase Data
  3. Putting O2O into Practice
  4. Privacy and O2O
  5. Key Takeaways

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