eTail Optimisation Specialist at Click Funnel Ltd
12 December 2008 15:11pm
We're currently in discussion with our clients about improving the quality of our reporting and what essential information clients need reported on every week.
We try to be as transparent as we can be with clients offering both monthly reports and less detailed weekly reports offering a camp[aign summary.
I'm interested in other companies / agencies views on exactly what information should be included in both a weekly / monthly report.
Thanks in advance.
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E-Business Consultant at Dan Barker
14 December 2008 22:29pm
hi, Andrew, here's a quick rough suggestion:
what are you providing at the moment? would be very interested!
14 December 2008 22:34pm
yuck, sorry, Andrew, not sure why it posted that quite like it did or why it's making me 'anonymous'!
SEO/SEM Team Leader at Viteb Solutions Pvt Ltd
15 December 2008 13:01pm
We are not using same reporting format for all the client. Reporting format will be depends upon client's packages. As we are having all types of clientele. If client have choose gold package, we provide all possible information that client want from us. where as bronze package, we provide details about ROI only.
CEO at Econsultancy
16 December 2008 17:25pm
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