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Content Performance - Dashboard Options
Which channel performs best for different content?
Which content generates pipeline?
Measuring influenced pipeline for B2B content - the true conversion metric
Setup Content Reporting
What KPI to measure the effect of B2B content?
Attribution Models- dashboard explanation
Data Driven Attribution
Types of Attribution Models
Google Display Ads
Google Search Ads
Return on Ads Spend
Performance vs. Revenue attribution: A guide on when to use what
Setting up AdRoll
Setting up Bing Ads
Setting up Capterra
Setting up Close
Setting up Data Export to BigQuery of CRM Properties
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Setting up G2 Crowd
Setting up Google Ads
Setting up Google Search
Setting up Google Sheets
Setting up HubSpot
Setting up Intercom
Setting up LinkedIn Ads
Setting up Marketo
Setting up Microsoft Dynamics
Setting up Pardot
Setting up Pipedrive
Setting up Salesforce
Setting up Twitter Ads
Setting up Zapier integration & Zaps for Lead Gen forms/Lead Ads
Setting up Zendesk Sell
Setting up Zoho CRM
Connect to AWS Redshift using AWS Glue
Connect your Dreamdata data to Amazon Redshift
Connect your Dreamdata data to Snowflake
Getting Started with Google Data Studio Templates
Google Cloud Storage
Google Connected Sheets
Guides for Google Data Studio Reporting
How does Dreamdata track all relevant on-site customer data?
Load analytics.js from your own domain
Pardot iframe form tracking
Server Side Analytics APIs
Setting up Dreamdata Web tracking (analytics.js)
Setting up tracking with Segment
Tracking Hubspot Forms with auto-identify script
Tracking iframes with auto-identify script
Tracking using Sleeknote or Drift
Setting up your customised Stage Models
Setting up your default Stage Models
Can I exclude content or websites from being tracked?
Roles and Permissions
Some of my deals are flagged with "no-tracking". What does it mean?
What does Visitors, Contacts and Companies mean?
What is a Stage Model?
What is a company in Dreamdata?
What is a session?
Why are my dashboards empty?
Quick learning videos!
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Do you know how your company is generating money?
Do you know which of your Marketing activities had the biggest impact on pipeline and revenue?
Dreamdata Content Analytics: Discover the real value of your content
Find the content that generates most pipeline
Helping BDRs break through to the hottest accounts
How Content Analytics tracks the influence of content of pipeline and revenue
How to cut the cost of your Google Search Ads
How to easily build a retargeting audience with Dreamdata
How to see the value of B2B Google Ads in pipeline and revenue generated
How to set up content categories on Dreamdata
Performance vs. Revenue Analytics reports- when to apply them best!
See the value of SEO in pipeline and revenue generated
What attribution really is and why you should care!
Which of your emails produce pipeline and revenue?
Updated by Siminta Jacinavice
With this dashboard, we provide an overview of your Web Traffic volume (Visitors) and some parts of their online behaviour (Page Views per Session, Sessions per Visitor). This information is helpful when investigating Web Traffic performance.
Date: Set the time period you want to investigate
Channels: Choose the channels you want to analyse
Sources: Choose the sources you want to investigate
Campaigns: Choose the campaigns you want to investigate
Host: Choose the host you want to analyse
Countries: Choose the country you want to analyse
Aggregation: Set the time frame you wish your data to be displayed
Group By: Choose certain options to see how it affects your deals
- Operating System
Page Views: The number of total pages viewed, it indicates an action of a page loading or re-loading.
Sessions: The number of user interactions that took place on your website within a given time period.
Visitors: the number of the guests on your website who have initiated a session.
Page Views per Session: the average number of pages that a guest visits within a given time period.
Session per Visitor: The average number of interactions a guest takes on your website during a specific time frame.
Graphs and Tables
Page Views, Sessions and Visitors over Time
In this graph, we visually present the performance of the website. Use the Aggregate filter to breakdown the X-Axis as you wish e.g. (day, week, month). You can highlight a specific line, by clicking on the desired option in the top right corner.
Performance over Time
In this table we display the performance of your Web Traffic by the chosen Aggregation filter. You can sort the numbers by clicking on each column's title.
Note: You can open a larger view by clicking on the performance title in the top left corner
Sessions and Visitors by Channel
In this graph we display the visitors and sessions that took place on your website, based on the channels they are coming from.
Note: This Graph is used for a quick overview of Sessions and Visitors by your chosen Group By filter. Change the filter to display: URLs, Devices, Countries, etc.
In this table we display the performance of your Web Traffic by different Channels. This information is broken down from Page Views to Sessions per Visitor, which is necessary to know when identifying the best traffic channels.
This report shows which Sources (Ad Networks) have been used by your Visitors, and which Sources bring more traffic than others.
This report shows which Ad Campaigns have been used by your Visitors, and which Campaigns bring more traffic than others.
This report shows which URLs have been used by your Visitors, and which URLs bring more traffic than others.
This report shows which Referrers have been used by your Visitors, and which Referrers bring more traffic than others.
This report shows which Hosts have been used by your Visitors, and which Hosts bring more traffic than others.
This report shows which Devices have been used by your Visitors, and which Devices bring more traffic than others.
This report shows where your campaign click events happen, and which regions bring more traffic than others.
Operating System Performance
This report shows which Operating Systems have been used by your Visitors, and which Operating Systems bring more traffic than others.
Ad Group Performance
This report shows which Ad Groups have been used by your Visitors, and which Ad Groups bring more traffic than others.
Note: You can open a larger view by clicking on the performance title in the top left corner.