• Chris Papandropoulos

Can you really measure the ROI on your marketing actions?

Why estimating ROI on marketing projects is that difficult?


As a data driven Marketer you have the same doubts every month, even every day! "What sort of results do my marketing projects have? " What results do I really need?"

The right answer could be more than one.


The key factors that make it difficult to measure Marketing Return on Investment are:


1. The right time to measure. The cash you contribute today will have a questionable effect at a dubious point later on.

2. The number of contacts. Usually, seven contacts are required to convert a lead into a sale.

3. The Numerous influencers. Advertising programs influence every individual in an unexpected way; hence you need to execute split tests and different campaigns to realize which actions have the most effect.

4. The external factors. Campaign’s ability to influence the individual may be altered from external factors and this can essentially affect program results.


Estimating Marketing Return on Investment is hard however it is feasible.


Fortunately, an advertising study exists to give deeper knowledge into different projects' degrees of viability:


We have assembled a rundown of techniques to assist you with estimating in the most exact manner significant information – however this extra understanding likewise accompanies a result ascend in cost and multifaceted nature.


Technique 1: Single Attribution (First Touch/Last Touch)

The most widely recognized technique for following the results.


Technique 2: Single Attribution with Income Cycle Projections

By adding income cycle projections to a first touch single attribution, you can increase further understanding into the drawn-out effects of your projects.


Technique 3: Multi-Contact Attribution

This methodology perceives that it takes numerous contacts from various individuals to settle a negotiation, and endeavors to quantify the commitment of every individual touch.

Technique 4: Test and Control

An incredible method to quantify the genuine effect of a specific advertising program is to test the adequacy of that activity against a very much framed benchmark group by contrasting the two gatherings' outcomes.


Technique 5: Full Market Mix Modeling

Full Market Mix Modeling (MMM) shows how sales volume results are dependent on various independent marketing touches and other non-marketing factors by using statistical techniques, such as regression analysis.


Only 3% of B2B marketers currently use this model to measure Marketing ROI.


In any case, ensure you drill down to the study of your own MMM condition by fusing all factors that may affect your yield. Potential elements include:

• Pricing

• Promotion/promoting

• Product

• Place

• Distribution

• Sales

• Competitive moves

• The economy

• And so on…

It’s a fact that it is very difficult to move through the different estimation models and techniques that are accessible to you. But you are not alone on this learning curve, we can help you on this.


You'll profit your organization and improve your marketing programs more with a couple of calibrated estimations than a bunch of mistaken, uncertain measurements.


We have created a CPA model to measure every single action of your marketing programs

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We leverage all marketing channels to convert customers for you and we take the risk for this. You just enjoy sales and leads risk free. And even if you don't have the budget to kickstart your idea, we have you covered!

Sales happen every day. Especially in your e-shop. Why wait for the end of the month to figure out which product sells more?

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