2017 Attribution Accelerator!

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ACCELERATING THE JOURNY TO ATTRIBUTION OCTOBER 12, AT TIME INC., 200 LIBERTY STREET, NYC Many of the advertisers we speak with tell us that they are excited about the promise of attribution modeling to guide more profitable marketing decisions.  They … Continued

Radio Drives Search!

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Sequent Partners is very proud of this study — Radio Drives Search! Conducted with MediaMonitors and In4mation Insights, for the RAB.  We found that radio advertising generated incremental branded Google search volume.  Twenty-Nine percent incremental branded search volume across the … Continued

Jim Spaeth Honored With ARF’s Erwin Ephron Demystification Award

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Friends of Sequent Partners join Jim, Alice and the ARF as Jim receives the ARF’s Demystification Award at AM17.  Here, Mike Bloxham (Magid), Nancy Smith (Analytic Partners), Leslie Wood (Nielsen Catalina) Scott McDonald (ARF), Bess Spaeth (American Express), Jim, Tony … Continued

Evaluating Long-Term Effects of Advertising

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  November, 2014 … But Still Current! Evaluating Long-Term Effects of Advertising:  A Study Of The Current State Of The Art And The Opportunities For Improvement Conducted by Sequent Partners For The Council For Research Excellence, this research paper explores … Continued

I-COM 2017

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I-COM 2017 April 24-27, 2017 |Porto, Portugal Sequent Partners presents at I-COM’s “Marketing Effectiveness Across Channels” session chaired by Scott McDonald of ARF.  Their presentation – “Building Bridges: Current Practices in Attribution and ROI Analysis,” highlights the developments needed to … Continued

MediaPost: Analysis Finds Nielsen Data Used By Modelers Undercounts TV’s ROI By As Much As 20%

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Originally published in MediaPost.  By Joe Mandese A first-of-its kind analysis of TV audience data used by modelers to measure the return on investment (ROI) for ad spending found that it is sorely lacking, and in some cases misrepresents TV’s … Continued