For products and brands to thrive in the on-line world and achieve their goals, campaigns need to be monitored on a routine basis and revised as needed. Our analytics system looks at every aspect of the campaign on our custom dashboards. This allows our team to have a complete view of the campaign in one place and we can update as often as every five minutes. Our analytic system makes sure that not only is the message being heard, but by the right audience and receiving the desired response.
Click-Through Rate (CTR)
The percentage of people who clicked on an ad or link compared to the total number of impressions. It indicates the ad's effectiveness in generating interest.
The percentage of visitors who completed the desired action (e.g., making a purchase or filling out a form) out of the total number of visitors. It measures how well the campaign drives desired outcomes.
Cost Per Click (CPC)
The average cost incurred each time a user clicks on an ad. It helps assess the efficiency of the advertising spend.
Cost Per Acquisition (CPA)
The average cost to acquire a customer, calculated by dividing the total campaign cost by the number of conversions. It provides insights into the cost-effectiveness of acquiring customers.
Return on Ad Spend (ROAS)
The revenue generated for every dollar spent on advertising. It helps evaluate the profitability of advertising campaigns.
Lifetime Value (LTV)
The predicted net profit attributed to the entire future relationship with a customer. Understanding LTV helps in optimizing marketing efforts for long-term value.
The percentage of visitors who navigate away from the site after viewing only one page. A high bounce rate may indicate issues with landing page or ad relevance.
A metric used in platforms like Google Ads that evaluates the relevance of keywords, ad copy, and landing pages. A higher quality score can result in lower CPC and better ad placements.
Metrics like likes, shares, comments, and social media followers indicate the level of audience engagement with your content.
The total number of times an ad is displayed to users. It provides insight into the reach and visibility of the campaign.
For search engine advertising, this indicates where your ad appears on the search results page. Higher positions often correlate with better visibility and performance.
Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC)
Similar to CPA, CAC specifically focuses on the cost to acquire a new customer. It includes expenses related to marketing and sales efforts.
Metrics related to attribution, such as first-click attribution, last-click attribution, or multi-touch attribution, help understand how different touch-points contribute to conversions.
Open Rate and Click-Through Rate (CTR) for Email Marketing
Measures the effectiveness of email campaigns, indicating how many recipients opened the email and clicked on included links.
Regularly analyzing these metrics provides valuable insights into the performance of your marketing efforts and enables data-driven decision-making for optimization.