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3 Things You Need to Know About Google’s New Prominence Metrics

Wesley MacLaggan — March 6, 2019 — March 6, 2019 Google announced that they’ll eliminate the “average position” metric in the third quarter of this year. New metrics to give advertisers more control over their “race to the top” of the SERP will take its place. In this article, we review what these metrics are, … Continue reading 3 Things You Need to Know About Google’s New Prominence Metrics

Google Analytics Metrics Aren’t Always What They Seem

Liza Rubinstein — January 21, 2019 — January 21, 2019 Lately, my life has been all about the stats. Monthly campaign reports have me deep in Google Analytics to the point where ad metrics have made their way into my dreams…or nightmares. There’s nothing more exhilarating – yes, exhilarating – than seeing a campaign exceed … Continue reading Google Analytics Metrics Aren’t Always What They Seem

Optimizing for attention: Viewability gives rise to time-in-view metrics, poses challenges

How viewability expectations are evolving and what that means for marketers. Robin Kurzer on January 9, 2019   Many marketers have bristled at the MRC standard of viewability requiring that at least 50 percent of its pixels be in view for at least one second (for video, 50 percent of a player must be in … Continue reading Optimizing for attention: Viewability gives rise to time-in-view metrics, poses challenges

Fake, fake, fake: Epic tweetstorm targets marketing’s metrics house of cards

WaPo’s ad engineer’s tweet touched a nerve, racking up more than 6,000 likes, nearly 3,000 retweets and a slew of comments and numerous sub-threads. Robin Kurzer on December 27, 2018 Aram Zucker-Scharff, ad engineering director for Washington Post’s research, experimentation and development team, lit up a tweetstorm Wednesday, calling just about every way that the digital marketers … Continue reading Fake, fake, fake: Epic tweetstorm targets marketing’s metrics house of cards

All the ABM metrics to measure for your quarterly reporting

The traditional demand funnel doesn’t cut it for account-based marketing — so report on these KPIs instead. You know the drill. The end of the quarter rolls around, so you dust off your go-to spreadsheets and dashboards. It’s once again time to distill three months’ worth of marketing into one quarterly report. But this time, … Continue reading All the ABM metrics to measure for your quarterly reporting

Achieving the Gold Standard when Recruiting for High Volume: 5 Metrics you Must Measure

Jeanette Maister — December 14, 2018 Follow @jeanettemaister — December 14, 2018 High-volume recruiting can be a beast in itself and not understanding the data behind your hiring efforts can lead you down a path of uncertain forecasting and hiring shortfalls. In fact, high-volume positions receive 250 applicants compared to only 59 in a traditional … Continue reading Achieving the Gold Standard when Recruiting for High Volume: 5 Metrics you Must Measure