Metric Guide

Click Through Rate


Click Through Rate is a measure of how often users click on a link in relation to the total number of times that link was viewed. It's expressed as a percentage and calculated by dividing the total number of clicks by the total number of views. For example, if a link has been viewed 100 times and clicked on 10 times, its CTR would be 10%.



Measuring CTR is important because it gives you insight into how effective your campaigns are and which ones could use some improvement. The higher your CTR, the better; this means that more people are engaging with your content, clicking through to learn more about it, or even making purchases as a result. On the other hand, if your CTR is low, you might want to adjust or refine your campaigns in order to attract more attention from potential customers. Additionally, measuring CTR can help you optimize budget allocations between different campaigns or channels since you will know which ones are generating the most interest from users.

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