Jennifer Blackburn says, “Faster than marketing teams can keep up, today’s marketing content is often shared across social channels, in email campaigns, and on third-party sites. It’s a good problem to have…

Why? Because with the abundance of the resulting digital insights available, modern marketers have become better equipped at proving campaign ROI to their bosses, clients, and stakeholders.

The data from Google Analytics alone, such as clicks and conversions, is enough metrics to fill an Olympic-sized pool—and they’re easy to snag and display in a pretty graph.

The increase in information, however, has resulted in those same bosses, clients, and stakeholders asking more and more questions.

In fact, 85% of marketers say they feel more pressure to show their ROI to the C-suite, even though it’s technically easier for them to do, according to a study by The Information Technology Services Marketing Association and VisionEdge Marketing. Yet, of the 40% of marketers who could show that their efforts made a difference, none could report on the direct impact their contributions made to business goals”.

Marketing ROI: How to Get Actionable Insights From Google Analytics


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