Ben Young
Ben Young
November 4, 2022

Digital marketing metrics are measures of marketing performance. They can often be grouped into two categories, quantity and quality. Quantity measures quantify how many people completed an action. Quality metrics, look to see the rate at which people take an action. For performance, more people generally are needed. But you also need to make sure they are competing the actions at an acceptable rate. Otherwise you are wasting your money. Which is why marketers consider both types of metrics.

The metrics are usually delivered to you in an online dashboard, which is updated continuously as fresh data becomes available. Common metrics can include:

  • Reach, how many people are we getting in front of
  • Attention, how long people are engaging for each click.
  • Average Scroll, how are customers consuming the page and content.
  • Engagement rate, what customers do on the page, and if they click out, to make a purchase, or sign up to webinar etc.
  • Conversion rate, rate at which people take the desired action.
  • Bounce rate, are people staying, but use a bounce rate that captures if people leave even without clicking a link. Like Nudge does.

These all help to get an understanding of what is resonating with the customer.