- Filters: define what part of the data in the data engine is of interest,
- Dimensions: define how to break down the data in the report output,
- Metrics: define the data points that you want to display in the report. Each metric is displayed in a separate column in the final report.
Pulse Custom Reporting utilises a new framework to allow for much more complex reporting. Instead of pre-aggregating data, reports are scheduled and created on the fly. The result is a big increase in flexibility and range of data with the tradeoff of time to produce the report.
- define reports on unaggregated data and pull the report,
- define complex reports over multiple dimensions and metrics,
- share static or refreshable reports directly with third parties,
- and retrieve and export reports.
- For advanced invoicing and reconciliation reporting.
- For monthly financial revenue reports.
- For historical reporting.
- For sharing static or refreshable reports with third parties, for example for billing or progress monitoring purposes.
- When analysing and troubleshooting programmatic activity, since bid level granularity from SSP deals and marketplaces is only available in Metamarkets.
- When you want to monitor the progress of your campaigns, goals and ads in near real-time. For this purpose, the Campaign Management Query APIs (campaign, goal and ad) are available.
- Getting advanced reports across all sales channels.
- Reporting on error related events.
- Combining many dimensions and filters.
- Reporting where no predefined report definitions exist.
- Sharing a refreshable report on specific campaigns with relevant advertiser, so they can monitor on their own without needing access to your Pulse account or time from one of your operators.
For more information, refer to Custom Reporting.
Metamarkets is a real-time analytics platform for buyers and sellers of programmatic advertising, with the main focus on auction and post bid level analytics. Metamarkets' technology is based on ingesting real-time or batch feeds of your auction records with nested bid respones, impression records, and clicks. The data is then aggregated and presented to you in form of a dashboard to help you visualize programmatic trends and opportunities and understand what is happening right now and why it is happening.
- Set alerts to notify you if a metric passes a specific threshold that you define.
- Schedule reports for yourself or others to be delivered by email on a recurring basis; daily, weekly, or monthly.
- Download reports.
- Bookmark reports that you access frequently.
When should you use Metamarkets?
- To analyse programmatic buyer behaviour.
- To analyse deal health and performance.
- To monitor buyer bid rates and prices, to inform holistic sales strategy.
When should you not use Metamarkets?
- For granular analytics on direct campaigns.
- For any invoicing and reconciliation reporting.
Typical use cases:
- Understand the performance of programmatic buyers.
- Troubleshoot programmatic problems.
For more information, refer to Metamarkets.