Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL ) and Facebook (NASDAQ: FB ) 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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