First-Party Data

First-party data is information that an organization collects itself directly from users and customers, and which it owns. The data can come from multiple sources like a company’s CRM, social media, transactional systems, an advertiser’s web and mobile analytics tools, subscriptions and newsletter signups or marketing campaigns. It can also be taken from offline sources, e.g. in-person events or sales calls.

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How to Use Data Visualization in Web Analytics

By Karolina Matuszewska in Analytics

If you operate within the digital ecosystem, then you know that useful data is data that tells a story. It’s not only about collecting lots of it, but getting the right data and letting it paint its picture. For many marketers and analysts, this remains unfamiliar territory. This is where data visualization comes in. Put it […]

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User ID Analytics Overtakes Cookies in Accurate Customer Tracking

By Peter Curac-Dahl, Marek Juszczyński in Analytics

Web analytics is all about tracking user behavior to better understand it and make converting easier. New technologies are constantly being produced that make it easier to get a fuller picture of user behaviour. In this post we’ll talk about one of these very technologies: user ID analytics. We’ll also discuss how it’s breaking through […]

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