Digital marketing analytics is the process of measuring, managing and analyzing marketing data to uncover actionable insights that improve customer experiences. By understanding how customers interact with your marketing campaigns, you can optimize your marketing strategy to better meet their needs. However, simply gathering data is not enough – you must also know how to interpret and use it effectively.
That’s where key performance indicators (KPIs) and return on investment (ROI) come in. KPIs are metrics that help you measure the success of your marketing campaigns, while ROI tells you whether or not your campaigns are providing a positive return on investment.
By understanding and tracking both KPIs and ROI, you can ensure that your marketing efforts are delivering the best possible results for your business.
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