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Shopping KPI Survey: ROAS—What is your return on ad spend?

Agencies, Marketing Teams, Retail

The Search Monitor recently conducted a survey to aggregate performance metrics for shopping campaigns on Google, Bing and Amazon. 

Shopping engines don’t publish any directional stats, and few research papers have been published on this topic. Therefore, benchmarking and goal setting for shopping campaigns is challenging. That’s why we took on the task of anonymously aggregating the top most requested KPI’s, including CTR, Conversion Rate, and ROAS for advertisers running shopping campaigns on Google, Amazon and Bing.

Shopping KPI Survey: Ad Spend—What percentage of revenue do you spend on ads?

Agencies, Marketing Teams, Retail

The Search Monitor recently conducted a survey to aggregate performance metrics for shopping campaigns on Google, Bing and Amazon. 

Shopping engines don’t publish any directional stats, and few research papers have been published on this topic. Therefore, benchmarking and goal setting for shopping campaigns is challenging. That’s why we took on the task of anonymously aggregating the top most requested KPI’s, including CTR, Conversion Rate, and ROAS for advertisers running shopping campaigns on Google, Amazon and Bing.

Shopping KPI Survey: Campaign Organization—How do you organize your ad groups?

Agencies, Marketing Teams, Retail

The Search Monitor recently conducted a survey to aggregate performance metrics for shopping campaigns on Google, Bing and Amazon. 

Shopping engines don’t publish any directional stats, and few research papers have been published on this topic. Therefore, benchmarking and goal setting for shopping campaigns is challenging. That’s why we took on the task of anonymously aggregating the top most requested KPI’s, including CTR, Conversion Rate, and ROAS for advertisers running shopping campaigns on Google, Amazon and Bing.

Shopping KPI Survey: Conversions—What is your conversion rate?

Agencies, Marketing Teams, Retail

The Search Monitor recently conducted a survey to aggregate performance metrics for shopping campaigns on Google, Bing and Amazon. 

Shopping engines don’t publish any directional stats, and few research papers have been published on this topic. Therefore, benchmarking and goal setting for shopping campaigns is challenging. That’s why we took on the task of anonymously aggregating the top most requested KPI’s, including CTR, Conversion Rate, and ROAS for advertisers running shopping campaigns on Google, Amazon and Bing.

Shopping KPI Survey: CTR— What is your average clickthrough rate?

Agencies, Marketing Teams, Retail

The Search Monitor recently conducted a survey to aggregate performance metrics for shopping campaigns on Google, Bing and Amazon. 

Shopping engines don’t publish any directional stats, and few research papers have been published on this topic. Therefore, benchmarking and goal setting for shopping campaigns is challenging. That’s why we took on the task of anonymously aggregating the top most requested KPI’s, including CTR, Conversion Rate, and ROAS for advertisers running shopping campaigns on Google, Amazon and Bing.

Shopping KPI Survey: Upsells—What percentage of sales result in upsells?

Agencies, Marketing Teams, Retail

The Search Monitor recently conducted a survey to aggregate performance metrics for shopping campaigns on Google, Bing and Amazon. 

Shopping engines don’t publish any directional stats, and few research papers have been published on this topic. Therefore, benchmarking and goal setting for shopping campaigns is challenging. That’s why we took on the task of anonymously aggregating the top most requested KPI’s, including CTR, Conversion Rate, and ROAS for advertisers running shopping campaigns on Google, Amazon and Bing.

Shopping KPI Survey Results Are In

Agencies, Marketing Teams, Retail

The Search Monitor recently conducted a survey to aggregate performance metrics for shopping campaigns on Google, Bing and Amazon. 

Shopping engines don’t publish any directional stats, and few research papers have been published on this topic. Therefore, benchmarking and goal setting for shopping campaigns is challenging. That’s why we took on the task of anonymously aggregating the top most requested KPI’s, including CTR, Conversion Rate, and ROAS for advertisers running shopping campaigns on Google, Amazon and Bing.

Search Spend in the Food and Groceries – Pet Food Sub-Category in the United States

Agencies, Marketing Teams, Retail, We LOVE Data™

The online Pet Food market has been, not surprisingly, steadily increasing during the pandemic and search has been a major driver.

Some of the increase in search spend in September include:

Search Spend in the Finance -A Look At The Investing Sub-Category in the UK

Affiliate Managers, Finance & Insurance, Marketing Teams

With the markets gyrating during the pandemic worldwide, investing has been challenging. The companies and platforms who help those invest and move money around have been capitalizing on the chaos. Here are some who increased their search spend in the UK in August.

ig.com (+69%)

NEWS: Nielsen Ad Intel Launches Search as a Media Type with Data from The Search Monitor

Affiliate Managers, Agencies, Marketing Teams, We LOVE Data™

We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with Nielsen, a global measurement and data analytics company that provides the most complete and trusted view available of consumers and markets worldwide. Nielsen is divided into two business units.

Nielsen Ad Intel, with the help of The Search Monitor, is expanding its digital footprint by launching search data as a new media type and offering more robust, relevant and richer digital advertising data first for existing mobile, desktop, display and video placements and in the future, for social and in-app platforms. The breadth and depth of the solution enables an increased level of measurement and visibility into advertising spend that is needed in today’s constantly changing advertising models.