Campaign Metrics and Assessment (DMC 673) explains campaign metrics and how to assess the outcomes of a campaign. Metrics can be used to assess results of and modify all types of marketing communications campaigns. This course includes a survey of assessment platforms and explores optimal ways of tracking and communicating metrics to stakeholders.
DMC 673 Campaign Metrics and Assessment Course Details
Upon completing the course, you will complete the following certification
- Google Data Studio Certification
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of DMC 673, students will be able to:
- Identify key performance indicators from a variety of metrics to track the results of a marketing communications campaign.
- Select data sources that can be used to evaluate the achievement of key performance indicators.
- Write clearly defined and measurable campaign objectives that identify the anticipated campaign outcomes.
- Compute campaign return on investment (ROI) to evaluate marketing communications expenditures versus impact on brand.
- Design campaign tracking methods and dashboards to assess and improve effectiveness during the marketing communications campaign and communicate with key stakeholders.
- Evaluate available campaign assessment tools and platforms.
- Marketing Metrics and Evaluating Success
- Standard Metrics for Both Online and Offline Marketing
- Digital Marketing Introduction and eCommerce
- Owned Site KPIs
- Paid Search/Display
- Social and Earned Media
- Email, CRM and A/B Testing
Top 3 Takeaways from the Course
- You learn the approach of understanding what makes a campaign a success at the beginning of your planning aspect.
- Knowing how to gather the data you need and what tools you can use to gather that data.
- What are Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and how to establish what ones are important to report to managers and CEOs.
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Course Intensity and Workload
Depending on your knowledge base of certain KPIs, the workload intensity is a 3 out of 5, estimating 10-15 hours per course per week.
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