Cerebro Marketing | Facebook Reporting Common Definitions

January 10, 2017
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Here are some of the common terms you might see in your Facebook Ads report:

Campaign: The name of the ad campaign you’re viewing in reporting. Your campaign contains ad sets and ads.

Ad Set: The name of the ad set you’re viewing in reporting. An ad set is a group of ads that share the same budget, schedule, delivery optimization and targeting.

Results: The number of times your ad achieved an outcome, based on the objective you selected.

Results Rate: The percentage of results you received out of all the views of your ads.

Reach: The number of people who saw your ads at least once. Reach is different from impressions, which may include multiple views of your ads by the same people.

Frequency: The average number of times each person saw your ad.

Impression: The number of times your ads were viewed.

Budget: The maximum amount you’re willing to spend on each ad set, on average per day or in the lifetime of the ad set.

Amount spent: The total amount of money you’ve spent on your campaign, ad set or ad during its schedule.

Cost: The average cost per result from your ads.

CPM: The average cost for 1,000 impressions.

Clicks: The total number of clicks on your ad. This may include offsite clicks to your website, Page likes, post comments, event responses or app installs.

CTR (all): Click-through rate for all clicks. The total number of clicks you received (ex: offsite clicks, likes, event responses) divided by the number of impressions.

CPC (all): The average cost for each click (all) attributed to your ads.

Link clicks: The number of clicks on links to select destinations or experiences, on or off Facebook-owned properties.

CTR (link): The percentage of times people saw your ad and performed a link click.

CPC (link): The average cost for each link click.

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