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Don’t know your ROI? Get analysing! From sales performance and lead generation, to customer preferences and trends – these are just some of the valuable KPIs you can measure using digital marketing analytics.

Review, refine to make sure your marketing measures up

Measurement means we can quickly identify what’s working and (perhaps more importantly) what’s not. If the marketing activity isn’t generating the desired result, we can review and adjust it accordingly. And because our outsourced integrated marketing plans come with monthly or quarterly reporting as standard, we’ll regularly review the numbers to create insights that can be instrumental in reaching your business goals.


Whether we’re content marketing, social media marketing, email marketing or using PPC (or any combo of these), we’ll put the right systems in place to allow us to analyse EVERYTHING! Then we can see what’s working and what’s not.


We like 100% transparency. So, we’ll integrate your analytics and add them all to an online dashboard. Then we’ll give you access so you can view live data (from any device, at any time), and see exactly how your digital marketing is performing.


At the end of each 90-day marketing period we’ll put a date in the diary to present the results and stats. Our combination of insights and findings will highlight any areas that may need improvement over the next 90 days of marketing.

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