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How to Master RevenueWize Dashboard Overview

Watch this video tutorial to understand how to master RevenueWize's dashboard and how to improve your Amazon PPC campaigns.

Overview Section Tutorial

Once we login to the solution we will see the performance overview. This is where we can evaluate our advertising performance. 

The ad spend by type graph at the top presents the breakdown of our adpend performance over the last 30 days.

Each color in the graph represents a different performance indicator.

Red represents ad spend that hasn’t generated any sales out of our entire ad spend, orange represents ad spend which resulted in sales above our target ACOS and blue represents ad spend that resulted in sales below our target ACOS.

Looking at the graph we can clearly see where our ad spend dollars are going. A lot of red means we are spending on things that are not generating sales, while a lot of blue means most of our spend is below our target ACOS so either we’re doing well or on the contrary there are opportunities we’re not taking advantage of and leaving money on the table.

Hovering above a specific date on the graph will provide a detailed breakdown of the performance for that day.

On the right of the graph we will find the key account metrics such as ACOS, impressions, clicks, orders, ad spend and more

Below the graph we will find 3 sections detailing our account performance: Exact Keywords with clicks, Active Search terms with clicks and Targeted ASINs with clicks.

The EXACT KEYWORDS section we will find a performance breakdown of our exact keywords according to different conditions

  1. keywords without sales – which are keywords that we’ve spent a budget on and haven’t generated any sales, in this example there are 98 keywords which we spent nearly $568 and haven’t generated any sales.
  2. Keywords above our Target ACOS which means we’ve spent more than we planned to spend.
  3. And Keywords below our Target ACOS

Clicking on ‘view’ next to each of these will direct us to a view where we can see them and take the necessary actions. 

We’ve also included 2 additional scenarios, ‘keywords below threshold’ which are keywords we’ve filtered based on a number of click or dollar spend and ‘keywords with no required action’ which are keywords which we’ve recently either adjusted their bid or snoozed and don’t require any action at this time.

The pie charts on the right represent the keywords distribution based on their amount out the total keywords and next to it based on their portion of the ad spend. 

This helps understand how our keyword budget is currently being spent.

The SEARCH TERMS WITH CLICKS section provides a breakdown of all of the search terms coming from Auto, Broad and Phrase keywords. The system analyzes them and provides a breakdown similar to the one in the keywords section. It allows us to understand our search terms behavior and take the necessary actions on those that require our attention.

The last section is the TARGETED ASINS WITH CLICKS. Here we will find an analysis of all the ASINs we are targeting. The breakdown is similar to the one in the keyword and search term sections. 

We can filter the results by one or more campaigns and 7, 14 or 30 days 

A typical day would include reviewing and handling each of the sections which the system has highlighted as requiring our attention.

Our objective is that all of our budget will appear under the ‘no action required’ condition. This means that we’re currently optimized or have taken all the steps to optimize our campaigns in this point of time and no further action is required. We will obviously need to review this on a continuous basis as the performance tends to change over time.

We can also access the recommendations from the left hand navigation instead of clicking on the view button.