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Other Marketing ActivitiesNext Steps
Highlight key takeaways from this month's data and what you need to improve your metrics for the next month. Are you launching a major campaign - what tasks were completed? Any roadblocks? Concisely describe the most important metrics and an overview of your marketing strategy.
When it comes to marketing efforts, managers care about how many people you're reaching and whether that reach is increasing MoM. The more people you're able to reach, the more leads you'll get.
Your marketing reach numbers are a good indicator of how well the content you’re publishing is engaging your network and how effectively you’re growing your entire marketing database. List three successes your team achieved that affected your marketing reach:
growth in total marketing reach across all platforms.
increase in organic traffic to our website landing pages platforms.
followers increase across all social media channels. platforms.
increase in email newsletter subscribers.platforms.
Track the number of website visits you had last month using Google Analytics. Tracking this activity is key to understanding how well your inbound marketing is performing in attracting potential customers to your website.
Perhaps site visitors viewed your product and services page, read your blog, or checked out your company overview. List the top 3 pages that were visited this month:
Fig.: Traffic by Channels
Highlight increases in search rankings and organic visitors and share detailed information about what you have done to achieve these results. Include an updated SEO audit report to show your progress.
Use tools such as these to gather this data:
Jan 2020 (+12%)
If you are running PPC campaigns as one of your major marketing efforts, dedicate a report section to metrics that are specific to paid channels.
Key metrics to include for each PPC channel are:
Email campaigns are a great way to nurture leads, drive engagement and conversion.
If you're using an email marketing platform, most have in-app analytics that you can pull this information from.
Email #1 Subject Line
Email #2 Subject Line
Email #3 Subject Line
Total List Size
Social Media Marketing insights are an important element in your monthly marketing report. Give an overview of performance for each active social media channel: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Youtube.
Specifically, focus on engagement metrics for a deeper understanding of how successful your clients are on each channel. You may want to complete an extensive social media report and link that to this section of the marketing report.
Paid Likes (86)
Leads are crucial to your business growth because they represent people who have expressed interest in something closely related to your product/service or your product/service itself.
Measure how much new interest you’re generating for your company’s products and services in order to understand what the sales pipeline is likely to look in the coming weeks or months.
Your marketing team works on many campaigns. This is a great place to highlight the top campaigns that helped you to achieve the above results.
Use this section to highlight the specific campaigns that helped drive your success.
Campaign A (PPC)
Campaign B (SEO)
Campaign C (SMM)
List any events you hosted or attended this month. Did your team conduct any surveys, create any blog posts or other marketing material for the event?
Did your company sponsor any groups, trade events or charity causes? How are your sponsorships affecting your marketing and sales efforts?
Are there any partners you're working with? How are you working together to promote each other's brands?
What does the data tell you about your marketing strategy? Is there anything that stood out in the report, good or bad. What does this mean for your brand?
Discuss the marketing strategy moving forward into the next month/quarter/year. Explain what the next steps are based on your key findings