Efficiency Vs. Exposure

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    In order to effectively analyze information at a category level, many of our clients find charting to be a valuable tool for identifying pockets of opportunity. I’ve provided an example of how this works using a standard “Efficiency vs. Exposure” graph below. In this three-dimensional bubble graph, we are charting the efficiency of a keyword set versus the average position and volume, for a fictional sportswear retailer. In the chart, average position is on the y-axis, the x-axis represents efficiency (as measured by average cost-per-acquisition), and the size of the bubble represents the total volume of conversions for each category of keywords. For example, the group of “brand” terms has an average position of 1.1, an average CPA of $5.05, and drove the highest volume of conversions.

    1. nivodamg 52 months ago | reply

      Im assuming this graph is custom made, but if its not and you used some software, do you mind sharing the name of the software used?

    2. alexanderedlund 52 months ago | reply

      This looks like an Excel spreadsheet.

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