Marketing Mix Modeling

How much data do you need for your Marketing Mix Model?

One commonly asked question from clients just getting started with Marketing Mix Modeling (MMM), is how much data they need to build a model. It’s a particularly important question in B2B, where there isn’t always the volume that large scale consumer brands enjoy. In theory there’s no ‘right’ answer to this question, because like most …

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How Uber Orbit Works

Forecasting isn’t a hobby at Uber, it’s core to their business. Time series models help Uber predict demand so they know where to send their drivers, forecast hardware and computation requirements so their servers don’t go down, and allocate billions of dollars in annual marketing budget, the use case we are most interested in. Marketing …

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Being Thoughtful About “What’s My Email ROI?” 

For many businesses, email programs are a huge revenue generator. For every $1 marketers spend on email marketing, they receive $36 in return, according to 2,000 marketers who responded to Litmus’ 2020 State of Email Survey. Emails play the important role of nursing customers along their buying journey, drive retention, and cross-sell and up-sell customers …

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Marketing Mix Modeling Software: Build vs Buy Calculator

Marketing Mix Modeling (MMM) has been around  since the 1960s, where it was used to correlate spikes and dips in sales to marketing activity. There has been a recent resurgence of interest in marketing mix modeling, as consumers increasingly opt out of digital tracking and digital-first brands mature to offline channels. We’re now living through …

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Creative performance drives 47% of sales: why is it missing from most models?

In 2017 Nielson conducted a study of 500 advertising campaigns across all major media platforms: TV, digital, magazines and radio. They found that a remarkable 47% of the campaign’s contribution to sales was attributable to Creative. A further 15% came from Brand, which we can think of as the culmination of past creative efforts. Despite …

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