How To Track Your Marketing Campaigns

By  Maham Qasim

May 27, 2022 7:35 am EST

It’s essential to follow the success of your marketing campaigns to see which ones are working and which ones aren’t. There are more than a few ways to do this, and we’ll go over some of the most common methods below.

1. Tracking Links

If you’re using links in your marketing campaigns (for example, in emails or social media), you can use Google Analytics to track how many people click on them. This will explain how successful your campaign is at getting people to your website or blog.

2. Checking Your Website Traffic

Another great way to track your marketing campaigns’ success is to check your website traffic. Use a tool like Google Analytics. This provides how many people visit your site because of your campaign.

3. Checking Social Media Metrics

If you’re using social media in your marketing campaigns, you can track metrics like the number of likes, shares, and comments to get an idea of its success.

4. Checking Sales

If you’re selling products or services, you can track the number of sales made due to your marketing campaigns. This provides an idea of how effective they are at driving revenue.

5. Asking Customers

You can enquire your customers about how they heard about your business or what made them decide to buy from you. This can give you valuable feedback that can help you improve your marketing campaigns.

6. Testing

An excellent way to track your marketing campaign’s success is to test different versions of them. Testing will help you fine-tune your campaigns so that they’re effective. For example, you could send out two additional emails and see which one gets more clicks. Or, you could try other headlines on your blog posts and see which one performs better.

7. Reviewing Your Results

Once you’ve been tracking the success of your marketing campaigns for a while, you should review your results periodically. This will help you see which campaigns are working and which ones aren’t. It will also give you an idea of where you need to improve.

8. Adjusting Your Campaigns

Based on your review of your results, you should adjust your marketing campaigns accordingly. If a campaign isn’t working, don’t be afraid to scrap it and try something new. And if a campaign is working well, consider how you can make it even better.

9. Measuring ROI

Finally, you should measure your marketing campaign’s return on investment (ROI). This will provide a good sense of how much money you’re making for each dollar you spend on marketing. So, divide the total revenue by the total marketing costs.


Tracking the success of your marketing campaigns is essential to see which ones are working and which ones aren’t.

Maham Qasim

Maham is a copywriter and content creator who's always been drawn to the idea that there's more than one way of getting things done. Her writing career can be thought of as just another side hustle for her; when she isn't crafting content or reading Oscar Wilde, Maham often strategizes about how best to reach out with an engaging voice in this ever changing marketplace!

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