Understanding analytics is critical to a digital marketing strategy. With the number of segments, metrics, and dimensions you have, you’re able to figure out how you’re performing from many different views. One important thing to look at is the cost of AdWords vs. your revenue per hour. This gets your information super specific and you can really get a better idea of when your customers are purchasing from you.
If you’re like me (pretty new at all the Analytics and AdWords programs), you might be googling how to figure out revenue and cost per hour. You might have even spent a few hours trying to figure it out coming up with absolutely nothing. That’s where I come in to save you!
Finding Cost Per Hour
Finding Revenue Per Hour
You can export both of these reports as .CSV and copy the information you want into another excel sheet. Hooray for easy!
Then you can take this information and make a pretty awesome chart like the one above. Now you can analyze and see when you’re customers are buying. If you have a certain segment of hours where people are clicking through, but no one is converting, you might want to turn those hours off within AdWords in order to spend the least amount of money and gain the highest amount of revenue. Who doesn’t want more money?!
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