How To Create StackAdapt Reports on AgencyAnalytics

StackAdapt Integration in AgencyAnalytics


StackAdapt reports are an important asset for agencies (and clients) to understand comprehensive, data-driven insights into programmatic advertising campaigns. These reports allow for a deeper understanding of ad performance across multiple channels, offering a way to visualize results alongside other marketing data for holistic analysis. This article guides agencies through the process of integrating StackAdapt data into AgencyAnalytics.

Every agency that offers programmatic advertising deserves an award… seriously.  

From managing sizable budgets to integrating multiple agency teams, these ad campaigns are in the big leagues. Naturally, the stakes are high.

A platform like StackAdapt is a powerful solution that keeps campaign execution tight and simplifies multi-channel advertising. Along with these robust capabilities, there’s also a wealth of available data to guide strategic decisions.

While StackAdapt offers in-platform reporting, agencies need a way to consolidate metrics across multiple platforms. After all, clients often have related campaigns outside of StackAdapt, and they’ll need a comprehensive view of overall performance.

In this article, we’ll explore StackAdapt in more detail and why you should pair it with a client reporting tool for greater efficiency.

What Is StackAdapt?

StackAdapt is a programmatic advertising platform that simplifies the creation, execution, and management of multi-channel marketing campaigns. 

Because of its in-platform collaborative feature, it becomes easier to streamline project management, especially when multiple agency teams are involved (e.g., media buying, graphic design, etc.). 

This self-serve advertising platform also provides access to multiple publishers (e.g., display, video, and native advertisers) across various channels. This eliminates the requirement for manual placements, enabling agencies to distribute advertising content on a significant scale.

To break it down further, StackAdapt specializes in the following niche-based industries: 

  • B2B

  • Finance

  • Government

  • Healthcare

  • Retail

  • Travel

  • Sensitive (e.g., cannabis advertising, gambling)

These verticals often come with specific rules and regulations, which gets complicated when coordinating large-scale ad campaigns. Any oversights or lack of compliance may mean penalties or even unfavorable brand perception on a massive scale. 

To combat this, StackAdapt offers various solutions, like built-in ad disclosures and customer journey mapping for tailor-made messaging at each phase.

How StackAdapt Works for Programmatic Ad Management

To get a better understanding of how StackAdapt works, here’s a breakdown of its standout features: 

  • In-platform Planner. This helps agencies to plan projects step-by-step and make data-driven decisions. It includes:

    • Inventory across various channels (e.g., only native advertising may be available for a particular campaign)

    • Budget and performance forecasting. This is particularly useful for predicting advertising outcomes and guiding media buying decisions

StackAdapt Planner

  • Campaign Editor. This tool is used to launch, manage, and edit programmatic ad campaigns. To summarize, it includes:

    • A dedicated interface for setting goals, budgets, and timelines

    • Advanced geo-targeting options (e.g., reaching an audience within a particular radius or mass-targeting audiences based on multiple zip codes)

    • Publisher directories across different industries

    • A breakdown of the Conversion Journey to understand user behavior on a more granular level

  • Creative Studio. This feature gives agencies access to StackAdapt experts who assist with the optimization of ad creatives. It’s also possible to convert existing ad creatives into other formats (e.g., transforming a static display ad to an interactive design)

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11 Key Programmatic Advertising Metrics on StackAdapt 

Now that we’ve touched on how StackAdapt works, let’s delve deeper into the data side of things.

After you’ve launched campaigns, it’s essential to gauge advertising performance and make data-driven improvements where necessary. To help you keep things on track, here are the top eleven StackAdapt metrics to monitor.

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The number of times your client’s ad was displayed to users, which is handy for gauging ad frequency and overall visibility

StackAdapt Metric



The number of times that users clicked on your client’s ad. Use this metric to understand ad appeal and whether it entices users to learn more 

StackAdapt Metric

Engagement Rate


The percentage of users who interact with your client’s ads (e.g., clicks, likes) relative to the number of impressions. Address a low engagement rate by improving ad creatives, targeting, or messaging

StackAdapt Metric

Conversion Rate


The percentage of users who perform a conversion action (e.g., completing an online sale) after viewing and clicking on your client’s ad. This metric is often a primary goal and demonstrates campaign success

StackAdapt Metric

Conversion Revenue


The amount of money generated from ad-based conversions. Conversion revenue is a direct measure of financial success and ROI

StackAdapt Metric

Effective Cost per Action (eCPA)


The average cost for conversions that stemmed from your client’s ad. Use eCPA to analyze incurred costs and how it affects revenue

StackAdapt Metric

Effective Cost per Engagement (eCPE)


The average cost for user engagement with your client’s ad (e.g., comments, clicks). eCPE is a measure of ROI for campaigns with audience interaction goals

StackAdapt Metric

Effective Cost per Listen (eCPL)


The average amount your client pays whenever a user listens to an audio-based ad. eCPL measures the cost-effectiveness of these types of campaigns

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Effective Cost per Mille (eCPM)


The average cost incurred for every 1000 displays of your client's ad, which is helpful to refine bidding strategies if needed 

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Return on Ad Spend (ROAS)


How much revenue was generated for your client’s ad relative to its setup cost. ROAS shows how much a specific campaign contributed to the bottom line

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Video Completion Rate (VCR)


The percentage of users that viewed your client’s video ad from start to finish. A low VCR rate may mean improving video length, content relevance, and targeting

Why You Need the StackAdapt Integration on AgencyAnalytics

While StackAdapt has a dedicated reporting platform to analyze metrics, it’s limited to a singular viewpoint: StackAdapts campaigns. 

What happens when clients run efforts outside the StackAdapt ecosystem (e.g., a complementary SEO campaign)? You’ll need a way to view those insights alongside StackAdapt data for a more holistic understanding.

Here’s another scenario–having multiple clients that run StackAdapt campaigns. Imagine the headache of logging into multiple StackAdapt accounts when end-of-month reporting time rolls around. Relying on outdated methods (like taking screenshots) isn’t time-efficient or sustainable.

No need to wallow in manual reporting woes–invest in AgencyAnalytics to:

  • Automate the data retrieval of StackAdapt metrics and stream it into real-time visual dashboards

  • Assess top-performing StackAdapt ad formats (e.g., display, native, video)

  • Pinpoint the most frequently used devices for interacting with StackAdapt ads

  • Create custom dashboards or reports to combine data from related marketing campaigns (e.g., related Google Analytics data)

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What To Include in Your StackAdapt Dashboard

To present the most valuable insights to your clients, use a comprehensive StackAdapt dashboard organized by: 

  • Campaign Groups 

  • Campaigns

  • Creatives

  • Supply Sources

  • Devices 

Here’s a breakdown of each StackAdapt dashboard tab and how it ties into the overall reporting experience.

1. Campaign Groups 

The Campaign Groups tab provides performance overviews for multiple StackAdapt campaigns over time.

This feature is similar to how data is presented on StackAdapt itself and gives you a bird’s eye view of long-term campaign results. Use this tab to identify top-performing campaigns, track historical insights, and showcase overall performance.

Monitor collated metrics like impressions, clicks, and conversion rates across campaign groups.

StackAdapt Dashboard Campaign Groups View

2. Campaigns

Use the Campaigns tab to get more granular insights on these individual campaigns, broken down by type (e.g., display, native). This is handy to:

  • Track and analyze performance for each individual StackAdapt campaign

  • Identify which campaigns drive the most clicks, impressions, eCPAs, and conversions.

  • Customize this view with other valuable metrics

  • Monitor ad spend to ensure campaigns stay on budget

  • See whether your clients are on track to meet OKRs or KPIs

StackAdapt Dashboard Campaigns View

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3. Creatives

Here’s another vital part of the mix–tracking the performance of ad creatives. 

The Creatives tab is crucial for identifying impactful content types, replicating top-performing ads, and making any adjustments (e.g., new images) when needed. Use this data to: 

  • Identify conversion and engagement rates across various formats (e.g., video and audio ads)

  • Analyze cost-related metrics (e.g., eCPE, eCPL) and budget allocation across creative types (for example, native ads may have had a higher eCPE than display ads, which is useful to guide bidding strategies)

StackAdapt Dashboard Creatives View

4. Supply Sources

Next, use the Supply Sources tab to view the performance of each ad placement. Be sure to:

  • Compare clicks across different channels and placements (e.g., Google Display Ads, Yahoo In-Ads) to identify the ads with the most significant impact

  • Determine the most cost-effective placements by considering metrics like eCPEs, conversions, and ad spend

StackAdapt Supply Sources Report Template

5. Devices

Last but not least is the Devices tab. As the name suggests, this tab breaks down ad performance by device type (i.e., mobile, tablet, and desktop).

Leverage this data by optimizing ad creatives for more frequently used device types. 

StackAdapt Dashboard Device Breakdown View

Connect StackAdapt With AgencyAnalytics in 3 Easy Steps

Getting StackAdapt set up with AgencyAnalytics is a breeze! After logging into your AgencyAnalytics account: 

1. Head to ‘Integrations’ on the left-hand menu, and click on StackAdapt (under ‘Paid Ads’ or ‘All Collections’). 

AgencyAnalytics StackAdapt Connect Integration

2. Enter your client’s StackAdapt credentials and follow the steps to complete the integration. To verify this connection, look for the small green tick above StackAdapt on the Integrations page.

3. On the left-hand menu, head to ‘Paid Ads’ and click on StackAdapt to view your dashboard. Easy-peasy!

AgencyAnalytics StackAdapt Dashboard

To convert this dashboard into a report, simply click the ‘Share’ button on the top right-hand corner, followed by ‘Download PDF.’

Create StackAdapt Reports and Dashboards With Ease

As we’ve covered, StackAdapt is a powerful programmatic advertising platform, enabling agencies to execute large-scale campaigns seamlessly. After setting up these complex campaigns, one crucial part remains–monitoring StackAdapt results.

While StackAdapt metrics are useful on their own, clients have related marketing campaigns outside the StackAdapt platform that provide additional context. Viewing related insights side-by-side is the only way to provide holistic marketing recommendations and demonstrate your agency’s capabilities.

Investing in AgencyAnalytics is the solution. Consolidate metrics across multiple platforms, create custom dashboards, or export a white-labeled report–you have options!

AgencyAnalytics has helped us simplify our reporting processes, eliminate hours and hours of manual grunt work, and demonstrate our value to our clients. Our clients appreciate the transparency and frequency of our reporting, which has significantly contributed to our growth over the past few years.

Graham Lumley, Director of Marketing at Blackhawk Digital Marketing

No need for multiple reporting tools. Invest in one platform to automate data retrieval and create an efficient agency process–try the StackAdapt integration on AgencyAnalytics, free for 14 days

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