Revenue Insights

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This article is a guide to the available data points in the Permutive Revenue Insights dashboard.

Revenue Insights provides valuable data points around campaign performance and revenue won in open marketplace (OMP) and private marketplace (PMP) deals.

The available dashboards provide an overview as well as deeper insights divided by Advertiser, Segments, Content, and SSPs.

Overview

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Data Points:

  • Revenue
  • Impressions
  • Average Win CPM
  • Daily Revenue
  • Performance by Bidder
  • Impressions by Bidder

In the Overview dashboard, you will be able to find information about the total OMP and PMP revenues.

This dashboard also provides you with a deeper breakdown of the Bidders performance including the revenue, impressions, average win CPM per bidder, and distribution of impressions by Bidder.

Advertiser

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Data Points:

  • Advertiser Name
  • Advertiser ID
  • Revenue Won
  • Impressions
  • Average Win CPM

The Advertiser dashboard provides an overview of all of the Advertisers that have bid on your inventory. 

This insight is incredibly valuable in allowing you to switch from OMP to PMP deals, commanding higher CPMs for your inventory, or perhaps direct deals, guaranteeing supply for the advertiser and demand for you. You can easily see which advertisers are bidding high on your content via OMP, and approach them directly.

Tip: You can also track the performance of your PMP deals, guiding you in optimising those relationships.

Segment

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Data Points:

  • Revenue Won
  • Impressions
  • Advertiser CPM
  • Benchmark CPM

The Segment dashboard gives insight into which segments are most valuable and command the highest CPMs and drive the most revenue.

It will also help you get a more holistic understanding of your overall audience, potentially informing your future segmentation strategies.

Content

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Data Points:

  • Total Impressions
  • Total Revenue
  • Average Winning CPM

This dashboard is an important tool to give you insight into which content drives the most ad revenue. Publishers use this knowledge to make strategic decisions such as what articles to put behind an ad-free paywall vs which sections to expand to generate more ad revenue.

Tip: This information can be used to look at which content individual advertisers are bidding on, which paves a data-driven strategy for deal negotiations. To do this, use the filters at the top of the report to filter by Advertiser.

SSP

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See below for close-ups of each dashboard

Data Points:

  • Impressions
  • Win Rate
  • Average Win CPM
  • Revenue Won
  • Average CPM
  • Average time to respond
  • Number of bids timed out 
  • Missed Revenue

The SSP dashboard is used to monitor the health and performance of your SSP relationships. 

In the SSP dashboard you are shown a comparison of the performance of each Bidder:

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We provide a visual breakdown of the average CPM across all bids with the average bid price, total bids and total bids value as well as a visual for the average CPM across all winning bids with the average bid price, total bids and total bids value:

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We display an SSP overlap table which shows in percentages the chance that bidders are competing:

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Underneath this, you will find two tables that define the total distribution in percentages for the Prebid and DFP coverage:

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The coverage is calculated by taking the number of users an SSP has bid on, and dividing it by the total number of users on your sites.

 

If you have any questions, please contact customer support by emailing support@permutive.com or chat to the Customer Operations Team via the LiveChat icon in the bottom right corner of your screen.

 

 

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