Tracking | What is ChannelMix Conversion Tracking (CCT)?
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ChannelMix Conversion Tracking unifies important web events (such as a form fill or an eCommerce purchase) into one clean conversion metric, so you can see which channels and campaigns help achieve the objectives of your web property.
When mapped into your CRM, Conversion IDs can be used to tie a conversion event to a specific lead, deal or sale without requiring UTMs or 3rd-party cookies.
ChannelMix Conversion Tracking is required to unlock some of ChannelMix’s more advanced capabilities, including:
- Rule-Based Multi-Touch Attribution
- Data-Driven Multi-Touch Attribution
- Pipeline Analytics & Forecasting (web leads)
- Pipeline Analytics & Forecasting (CRM leads)
How Does ChannelMix Conversion Tracking Work?
With ChannelMix Conversion Tracking, Google Tag Manager is used to add dedicated scripts to your web property’s pages and any forms that are part of the conversion event you want to track. Google Analytics will be configured to track and report on this custom conversion event in the v_ga_events dataset.
ChannelMix Conversions operate independent of 3rd party media pixels and tags, making this a privacy-friendly way to measure digital marketing performance. When using our rule-based and data-driven attribution models, the data model will use ChannelMix Conversions as its target variable. Level 2 pipeline dashboards will use ChannelMix Conversions as the default metric for the “Leads” stage of the pipeline.
HOW TO IMPLEMENT CHANNELMIX CONVERSION TRACKING