Tying Social Spend to Offline Sales Got Harder When Meta Quietly Halted Tracking Tool

The change makes it harder for marketers to see shopper behavior

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Meta, when it was still known as Facebook, quietly discontinued a suite of store-visit tools. Since the switch earlier this year, marketers have been trying to piecemeal ways to tie social spend to offline activity in order to keep proving the value of social media marketing.

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