Why marketers are tracking the wrong metric, in one tasty infographic

All marketers want to know if their promotions are pulling in consumer dollars, but too many are still beholden to the click as their only indicator of success. The problem is that focusing exclusively on clicks ignores a huge pile of real purchases. That’s what makes viewed purchase rates a clear solution. By counting everyone who viewed an ad and made a purchase, marketers get a much more realistic sense of their campaign’s performance. Check out this infographic to see how, then dig into the full report here.

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Remember to read the full report on the advantages of viewed purchase rates here.


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