Good marketers report on their marketing; great marketers aren’t afraid to change their marketing based on their reporting.
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SOURCES. What metric(s) to look at: Visitor-to-Lead Conversion Rate Lead-to-Customer Conversion Rate What to do next: See what channels drive your highest conversion rates. Improve your conversion rates by investing into the channels that are performing the best.
DASHBOARD. What metric(s) to look at: Contacts by Persona Performance vs. Goals What to do next: Now that you see how many contacts are in each persona you can decide what segments of your database to focus on. Check to see how you are trending against your goals. The dashboard will help you zero in on the areas that need the most help.
LANDING PAGES. What metric(s) to look at: View-to-submission What to do next: See if one of the channels is driving more submissions or conversions than others. Invest more in that channel, and see how you can optimize your top performing pages to increase the conversions on your best landing pages.
BLOG DASHBOARD. What metric(s) to look at: Blog Views Blog Subscribers What to do next: See what topics or blog formats are resonating with your customers through blog views and new subscribers. Write more content that aligns with the top performing posts to drive an increase in your views and subscribers.
EMAIL DASHBOARD. What metric(s) to look at: Click Rate Contact Churn What to do next: See what emails get the most engagement through the highest click rate and the lowest contact churn. Replicate what you did in the top performing emails across all your email sends to improve your click-through rate while decreasing your contact churn.
SOCIAL REPORTS. What metric(s) to look at: Benchmark Data What to do next: Use the benchmark data to see how you compare to other HubSpot customers with a similar size social reach. If there are areas you are behind, see how you can change your social media marketing whether that’s frequency, topic, or timing.
What metrics are the most important to your business? What do you consider a good conversion rate? What are your strongest channels? How do you decide what to promote on each channel? What have been your most successful campaigns? How did you measure the success? Tell me about a time when you decided to completely change or stop working on a campaign because of metrics. SAMPLE DISCUSSION QUESTIONS.