Investing in digital marketing.
B&Q expands online ad campaigns
Published: 01 October, 2010
LONDON: B&Q is the latest brand to look for greater understanding of its online customer activity.
B&Q is working with tracking specialist Tagman to develop a reward system and attribution model that better reflects the interaction between its search, display, affiliate and price aggregator campaigns.
B&Q Direct's sales and operations manager Richard Wilson said the company expects to be able to invest more in digital marketing channels that help engage customers but are not attributed through the last click.
"We know there's a funnel of research and refinement that customers go through before they make a purchase, but at present we don't have full visibility of that," he said. "The first stage will be to learn about the customer journey. What we don't want to do is switch off campaigns that aren't contributing the last click but are an important trigger in the customer journey."
The container tagging system will go live next month and B&Q expects to have initial results by the early part of next year.