The Synerise application offers you a full statistic panel on the recommendation.
Before you read the description of the metrics in the statistics, there is a term that you may not be familiar with:
- a unique recommendation frame - it is a very first view of a recommendation frame (for example, if a customer sees a recommendation frame whose ID is
1234, and this recommendation is displayed for the second, third and more times, these viewes are not considered unique)
To proceed to the statistics of the recommendations, go to: Communication > Recommendations.
- Click the details of the active recommendation.
Result: You are redirected to the editing mode of the recommendation.
- Click the Statistics tab.
Description of metrics
Below you can find the table with the description of every metric that is present in the statistics:
|The name of the metric
|The number of unique clicks on a recommendation frame. Each time the customer clicks the item, a parameter is added to the URL. That is how we know that the clicked item comes from a particular recommendation. These statistics are updated every hour.
|(Click Through Rate) It is the number of unique clicks on a recommendation frame divided by the number of views of the recommendation frame.
|Click Through Rate (chart)
|The chart presents the proportion of unique clicks to the views of the recommendation frame in a given period.
|Recommendations viewed vs.
|It is a contrast between two situations: when a recommendation was actually viewed (for example, when a customer scrolled down to the recommendation frame and saw it) and when the customer entered the website, but didn't see the generated recommendation.
|The total number of views of the recommendation frame in the chosen period.
|Revenue generated by the recommendations. It is counted when a customer buys an item within 24 hours after clicking the item in the recommendation frame.
|It is the total number of the purchased items during the selected period.
|It is a graphic representation of the gained revenue out of the item purchases. The bar below the chart lets you extend or shrink the time period of the statistics generated on the chart.
|Clicks in recommendation
|It is the graphic representation of the total amount of clicks on the recommendation frames during the selected period. For each chart included in the statistics you can extend or shorten the period length.
|It is the graphic representation of the results you achieve with regard to conversion. To count the conversion, the system analyzes the purchases in a given time to the total number of people who visited your website.
|It is the total number of unique recommendation frames a customer has seen.
|It is the total number of generated recommendation frames.
|It is the number of recommendation frame views divided by the number of generated recommendation frames.
|It is the number of unique items which were clicked by the customers.
|It is the total number of times a customer viewed the item in the recommendation frame in the specific time period.
|It is the graphical representation of the number of unique items clicked by the users.
|It is the graphical representation of the total number of times a customer viewed the item in the recommendation frame in the specific time period.
|It is a graphical representation of the total number of generated recommendation frames.
|It is the number of times unique items were clicked divided by the total number of the item views.
|The number of purchased unique items. For example, if a customer purchased 2 pieces of the same product, the number of unique items is 1.
|The number of all bought items.
|It is the total number of orders your site generated.
|It is a graphical representation of the items from recommendation frames which were a part of a transaction.
|It is a graphical representation of the number of all bought items.
|It is a graphical representation of the order number your site generated.