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Campaigns - Campaign Objects

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12 Dec, 2011 07:46 PM

In the campaigns area of Spectate, you can see in a data table which object are included in the campaign, but it is not possible to see at a glance how those objects are comparatively performing. You have to click in, see the stats and come back out. Having those stats (clicks, visitors, leads) on that main campaign page would be AWESOME!


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Bradley on 13 Dec, 2011 04:15 PM

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    Mind attaching a screenshot with other data you'd like to see? One problem with Campaign objects is that they encompass EVERYTHING associated with a campaign including things l like "Keywords", "Competitors", and "Competitions" - objects that don't necessarily have clicks, visitors, leads.

  2. 2 Posted by caitlin.vonhede... on 13 Dec, 2011 05:06 PM

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    This shot shows what you see on the main campaigns page, which shows all of
    the campaigns. It tells you the total number of visitors and leads for the


    This is what you see when you select a campaign. The Campaign Stats data
    table doesn't include a count of visitors or leads (and I think it
    should--nowhere on this page is there a total count of visitors and leads,
    only who the visitors and leads are. The only total counts are on the last


    Scrolling down to Campaign Objects, this is what you see. Including the
    type of object is useful (it actually needs to populate though!), but I
    would like to know how many of the leads were generated through each of the
    objects where that is applicable. To get that info as it stands, I'd
    actually have to click into any one of the campaign objects and view it
    individually and it'd be nice to see it at a glance so I can compare. For
    the items that don't have clicks or visitor data not having a number appear
    would suffice.


    If those images aren't clear or aren't coming through , let me know.


  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Bradley on 15 Dec, 2011 05:05 PM

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    Gotcha. Makes sense.

  4. Support Staff 4 Posted by Bradley on 18 Dec, 2012 04:01 PM

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    Holly, this is what you were suggesting a few weeks ago too right?

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