Purchase Attributions

 

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A purchase attribution is the identification of a workflow and/or content as a possible source of a purchase. This estimated value allows you to measure or compare the performance of your strategies created in Connectif to improve your conversion rate.

 

1. Properties

A purchase attribution links a sale to a workflow, a piece of content, or both. Each attribution is given a level of estimated reliability to measure how likely it was to have influenced the purchase, in such a way that:

  • The shorter the time between a contact's interaction with the content or workflow and the purchase, the higher the attribution.
  • If the contact has interacted with several pieces of content or workflows before purchasing, the purchase will be attributed to the interaction that is closer in time.
  

Clicks on  (Close) buttons and outside pop-ups, also in order to close content, are not recorded as interactions that can be attributable to purchases.

  • It is also possible for purchases not to be attributed to any workflow or content.


Attributions are distinguished according to various attribution scenarios that differentiate the contact’s behavior in pre-purchase interactions. Connectif evaluates whether a new purchase is made in one of the attribution scenarios, in order. If it finds a valid scenario for the purchase, it applies the attribution and does not evaluate further scenarios for that purchase.

The purchase attribution scenarios are as follows:

  

Scenario 1 has become obsolete and is no longer available on the platform.

Order Name Description of the scenario Reliability Comments

2
Purchase after opening and click The purchase was made within 24 hours of opening a piece of content, followed immediately by a click on that same piece of content.
*Does not apply to web content.
60-75% The longer the time elapsed between opening and click, or between click and purchase, the lower the reliability.

3
Purchase after clicking on a content link The purchase was made within 48 hours of a click on a link to a piece of content sent from a workflow. In the event of multiple clicks on links to different pieces of content, preference will be given to the last click. 50-65% The longer the time period between click and purchase, the lower the reliability. The more clicks on links to the same content, the greater the reliability.

4
Purchase after opening content The purchase was made within 48 hours of opening content sent from a workflow. If there are several openings of different pieces of content, preference will be given to the last content opened.
*Does not apply to web content.
40-50% The longer the time elapsed between opening and purchase, the lower the reliability.

5
Purchase after sending an SMS The purchase was made within 24 hours after an SMS sent from a workflow. If several different SMS have been sent, preference will be given to the last SMS opened. 20-50% The more time elapsed between sending the SMS and the purchase, the lower the reliability.

 

2. How is it used in Connectif?

2.1. Consultation of attributions

Global

1. Go to "Dashboard" from the left side menu to see your dashboard.

2. In Purchase attributions, check the global attribution percentage on the total sales of your ecommerce site in the last 30 days.

  

Total sales and attribution data are updated every 24 hours.

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3. In Top performance, discover the workflows and content that deliver the best sales conversions.

  

Performance data also refers to the last 30 days and is updated every 24 hours.

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Purchases

1. On the dashboard, under Purchasing attributions click  View all purchases or go to "E-commerce > Purchases".

2. Click  (See detail) in the Actions column of the purchase you’re querying.

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3. Check the details of the purchase and its attribution, if any, as well as the reliability as calculated based on the purchase scenario.

 

In our example, the purchase has a 46.9% probability of having originated from an email, the "Abandoned cart email" generated from the "Basic abandoned cart" workflow.

The most likely attribution corresponds to Scenario 4: Purchase after opening content, i.e. the purchase was made within 48 hours of opening a piece of content sent from a workflow.

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Workflows

  

If you access the Live View of a workflow by clicking its name, from Top performance on the dashboard or from the attributions of a purchase in "E-commerce > Purchases", you can continue from point 2.

1. Access "Workflows" from the left side menu and, in the workflow you want to review, click More  to display the menu. Select Live View.

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2. In the workflow editor, click on  Purchase Statistics.

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3. Click on  (See detail) in the Actions column of the purchase you want to query.

4. Check the purchase details and the reliability of the attribution calculated based on the purchase scenario and contact behavior.

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If the workflow includes different content, the attribution detail view will show the content that is most likely to have been the source of the purchase.

 

  

 Congratulations!
You’ve reached the end of the tutorial.

  

 Do you have questions?
Don’t forget, our Connectif specialists are here to help you. To contact them, just open a Support ticket by clicking the blue “Help” button on your dashboard.

 


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