Measuring Digital Ad ROI Just Got Easier, but It's Still Confusing

Google and Facebook are developing sophisticated tools to help their advertising clients gauge the effectiveness of ad campaigns. However, in the complex environment of digital marketing, comparing results across different channels proves tricky.

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