An omnichannel marketing strategy is a must in today’s marketplace. But with the volume of marketing channels, business owners need data to make clever decisions. Using a campaign performance dashboard offers valuable insights into each campaign so business owners can leverage that to change their marketing strategy for increased success. With this information, a business owner can allocate resources to their most successful marketing channels and refine their messaging with each new campaign to best resonate with their target audience. A campaign performance dashboard presents valuable metrics in one location, saving time spent sifting through multiple analytics reports. It is
In the digital marketing age, a Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) juggles multiple tasks, tracking many marketing channels and outreach efforts. A CMO dashboard is valuable for monitoring dozens of campaigns across platforms and other crucial marketing activities. A robust dashboard gives CMOs all the data they need to determine which marketing channels are working and which may need attention. They don’t have to sift through multiple reports and piles of information to make marketing decisions, and they can create performance-based marketing strategies faster than ever. Table of Contents > FAQ to get an in-depth understanding of a CMO dashboard >
An eCommerce dashboard is essential for retail brands looking to optimize their operations and make data-driven decisions. By providing an in-depth view of decisive metrics and KPIs, the dashboard helps businesses stay ahead of the curve and make informed decisions about their eCommerce strategy. A well-designed eCommerce dashboard as a part of CDP and should be both intuitive and comprehensive. Read on to see the must-have KPIs and metrics you must include in your dashboard and the guiding principles for optimal dashboard layout. Table of Contents > One-minute FAQ to fully understand an eCommerce dashboard > Creating an insightful eCommerce
Black Friday 2023 is expected to continue its impact on the retail sector, with many retailers offering special sales and offers. According to TheBlackFriday.com, carriers like Verizon, AT&T, Sprint & T-Mobile, and stores like BestBuy are expected to offer up to $300 gift cards with iPhones. Walmart, Target, BestBuy, and Amazon are expected to offer the cheapest laptops, TVs, and video games. Black Friday statistics for 2023 highlight the significant impact of this shopping day on the retail sector. Despite the challenges brought by COVID-19 disruptions to the economy and changes in buying habits, Black Friday saw an impressive 22%
Terabytes of data, from website behavior stats to eCommerce transactions and campaign performance metrics, pass through retail businesses each day. Getting more out of the massive dataset to create a clear and compelling view of the metrics (KPIs) that matter is foundational to decision making for any enterprise. That’s why we decided to perform a major facelift to enhance our reporting capabilities through intuitive dashboards, as well as introducing new views, to help boost your marketing planning and execution. All the changes are live as of November, so you may have already noticed some of the enhanced dashboards within your
At ContactPigeon our goal has always been to make data more accessible and insightful. One question marketers often encounter: How to define meaningful customer segments and understand key differences among the segments? To come up with a solution, we put on our analytics hats and came up with a brand new mini (yet powerful) Ecommerce Insights dashboard. The new dashboard gives you a quick summary view into key list characteristics and its eCommerce KPIs. Hence, you can quickly understand how a customer segment is performing overall, and how it stacks against another segment. What’s included in Ecommerce Insights for Segments?
To say that the world of e-commerce is competitive is something of an understatement. Thanks largely to factors like the plethora of data, the web analytics tools, the transparency of pricing and the (relatively) low barrier of entry, new e-commerce websites are popping up all the time – which can be difficult for the ones that were already there. As is true in any competitive environment, one of your primary goals then becomes separating yourself from the rest of the pack in any way that you can. This is also difficult in e-commerce, as aside from competing on pricing through
“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” – Albert Einstein OK, maybe Einstein never said that (according to quoteinvestigator.com this quote belongs to the sociologist William Bruce Cameron) but, the bottom line is: every eCommerce owner should identify and improve the metrics that really count. With so many resources and tools out there – Google Analytics, your eCommerce platform, ContactPigeon analytics (of course ☺) – it’s very easy to get lost and become distracted of what really matters, your customer. This article will take you step by step on clarifying how and what you should calculate and