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Dealer eProcess Adds Digital AMMP Advanced Marketing Report to Dashboard

By February 7, 2014 March 28th, 2017 No Comments

The Marketing Report pulls all Pay-Per-Click (PPC) statistics from Google Analytics, Google AdWords, call tracking, and chat leads, and displays them in an easy-to-understand format so you can track the effectiveness of your digital marketing efforts. This report is the most transparent way to view and analyze the following data:

  • The number of clicks your ads have received
  • The number of impressions (appearances on a search results page) your ads have gained
  • The total number of unique (new) visitors that reached your site from the ad campaigns
  • The number of lead conversions that resulted from the ad campaigns
  • The total amount of money spent on the campaigns
  • Network specific data (Google Search vs. Google Display)
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This “high-level” overview provides a clear look into every aspect of the account to ensure that your money is generating the results it should.

 

The information above is then broken down at the Campaign and Ad Group level. Campaign level data gives you an overview of how your campaign is performing based on your objectives for that campaign. For example, you can view how your New Cars campaign is performing relative to your Used Cars campaign. Within the campaign, you can view performance statistics at the Ad Group level, which allows you to get a sense for how the ads in each campaign are being searched. You can also see how much of your traffic is coming from desktop, mobile, and tablet devices, as well as what geographic areas your campaigns are targeting. Marketing-2 
If your inventory feed is synced with our Digital AMMP Inventory-Specific Advertising Platform, then the AdWords reporting will include another level of analysis. Since we are pulling vehicle-specific information from your inventory and are placing dynamic ads related to your inventory on Google, we can view exactly what kind of activity those vehicles generate from the time they hit a Google search page until the vehicle is sold. When you click the “Details” button on your inventory-specific campaign, you will be able to see a breakdown of every vehicle that is currently being advertised or that has been on the Google network and has since been sold. Marketing-3 
The Details page provides a statistical overview including Total Cost. You can also view the Top-Clicked Vehicle Details Pages, Clicks versus Cost for each vehicle, and whether or not that vehicle is sold or still active in your inventory. The Top 10 Viewed Makes and Models provide a great visual to the overall interest of your customers. Marketing 4 

 

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