Marketing ad campaign data can be overwhelming and complicated for your clients who usually don’t have any experience with these details and metrics. This is especially true for PPC campaigns, which often get overly complicated with a ton of data.
However, when you use the AgencyAnalytics to gather and present this data, you can do so in a way that is simple and understandable for your clients. You can also use this report template to analyze this information and formulate new strategies together with your client.
While one of the best parts of using the a report template is the amount of time you save, it can also help you build your client’s trust and confidence in you. Our PPC report gives you the ability to present clean data to your clients on a regular basis, something that can be difficult to do with so many responsibilities.
We also have a PPC dashboard template available if you want the data in real-time.
8 Sections Included in Our PPC Report Template
1. Report Summary
In the monthly write-up section of the PPC report, you essentially have a custom text field that you can use however you want to present value to your client. We recommend you use this section of the report to analyze the past month’s overall performance to show your clients how the budget is looking and how you plan on tweaking individual ads to improve their performance.
With the monthly write-up section, you can also strategize for next month and give your client an idea of the steps you’re going to take to improve upon the campaign’s performance. You can also use this space to show how you’re planning on meeting your client’s goals moving forward.
2. Google Ads – Campaigns
This section of the report template tracks the performance of your Google Ads campaigns, compiling the performance of each individual ad in an easy-to-read, visual way.
The first portion of this section displays a summary of important KPIs like the number of conversions, the total cost, impressions and clicks, among others. It also displays the average of metrics like click-through rate (CTR), cost per click (CPC) and cost per conversion. The second section displays these metrics per individual campaign.
You can use this section to show your client how well the campaign is performing on Google, especially in relation to other ad platforms. The Google Ads Campaigns section also allows you to compare the performance of individual campaigns against one another to see where you can make adjustments.
3. Google Ads – Ads
While measuring the overall success of your Google Adwords campaigns is important, it’s just as essential to measure the performance of individual ads within these campaigns. And that’s exactly what the Google Adwords Ads section of this report does for you.
In this section, you’ll see a list of all the ads you’re running, along with individual KPIs like cost, CPC, conversions, clicks and more. You’ll also see an overall summary for all of your ads at the top of the page, including the URLs that are visited the most from your ads. Use this section to show your client what kind of ads work best so you can capitalize on them in future iterations.
4. Facebook Ads – Campaigns
This section shows you how well your FB ads campaigns are performing. You’ll have access to the usual things like clicks and CPC, but you’ll also get data like cost-per-thousand impression (CPM) and total impressions, both of which are integral pieces of the puzzle.
A major mistake that people make with Facebook campaigns is not keeping on top of them constantly. It's easy to overspend and waste money if you're not monitoring them. By running this report you can keep on top of everything going on in your FB ads account.
Also take a look at our Facebook Ads report template if you're only providing FB ads services to your clients.
5. Facebook Ads – Ads
It’s important that your client actually sees the kind of ads they’re showing to their followers on social media and how well those ads are performing. This way, they know exactly what they’re paying for and what kind of return it’s giving them. This section of the report displays the exact individual ads you’re running on Facebook, along with their associated KPIs like conversions and clicks.
Apart from seeing how well each ad is performing, the Facebook Ads section can help you get creative with your client moving into subsequent months. This is an excellent opportunity for you to get ideas for new creative content on Facebook to drive more engagement and traffic.
6. Bing Ads – Campaigns
Like the Google Ads Campaigns section above, the Bing Ads Campaigns section displays the overall performance of the PPC campaigns you’re running on Microsoft’s search engine. In this section, you can show your clients important metrics like conversions, total spend, clicks, impressions and more.
As you’re probably well aware, most clients want to focus on Google most, since that tends to be the more popular search engine, but this can cause them to miss valuable leads who use Bing. Use this section to show your clients that Bing is just as useful as Google and social media platforms, but that it just targets a different demographic overall.
7. Instagram Ads – Campaigns
Instagram Ads Campaigns section gives you the opportunity to show your clients how well your campaigns are performing on this uber popular social media platform. You can show your client KPIs like click-through rate, impressions and clicks, among others.
This section pulls its data from the Facebook Ads dashboard with the Publisher Platform filter enabled to display Instagram only.
8. Google Analytics – PPC Landing Pages
Ads are, of course, the bread and butter of PPC campaigns, but it’s also just as important to show your client the individual landing pages you’re using for these campaigns and how well they’re performing.
The Landing Pages section of the PPC report template pulls data directly from Google Analytics and displays key metrics like bounce rates, goal completions, session duration and total number of sessions. You can see an average of this data as well as the same metrics per individual landing page.
Use this section to show your client which landing pages are working and which aren’t. That way you can create a strategy for ways to improve individual landing pages, whether that be updating content or the page’s visuals.