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Are You Maximizing
Your Profit?

Nearly all agencies and in-house teams manage campaigns toward one metric: ROAS. Although ROAS is great for measuring efficiency, it won’t account for sales volume. Translation: if you’re using this metric, you’re probably leaving money on the table.

ROAS does not take into account key factors that are linked to every sale, like the cost of goods and variable overhead. Simply put, it’s not an accurate measure of the impact your campaigns have on your business.

We recommend a managing your ad campaigns to a different metric: contribution. This metric measures the contribution your paid ads make toward the overall operating profit of your business. Contribution margin is closely related and measures the percentage of your overall revenue that’s preserved as profit.

In other words, how much money have your ads made for you lately? And could you be making more?

Read this whitepaper to find out!

You'll Learn...

How to calculate contribution margin; 

Why managing your ad campaigns to maximize contribution margin is important; 

How to choose a target margin, and which factors influence that choice;

Why seasonality and the inclusion of other marketing channels may require you to adjust your target margin. 

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Choosing a Target Contribution Margin:
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Christina is the Marketing Manager at Omnitail. She spent several years doing content, PPC, and email marketing for retail and tech companies before starting as an SEM Analyst at Omnitail. Christina now manages Omnitail's various marketing initiatives and enjoys reading and writing about trends in digital marketing.