With WhatConverts, you can collect, display, and report on a lot of different information.
However, sometimes analyzing all that information can be pretty time-intensive.
Dimension Grouping cuts down on the time it takes to spot valuable insights by “chunking” data dimensions together.
So instead of comparing thousands of different data points, you can get an insight-rich, full-picture view in just a few clicks.
Let’s say you’re running Google Ads for a large-scale dentist network with multiple locations.
This client is highly optimized for PPC with thousands of landing pages, each advertising a different combination of service and location.
With WhatConverts, you can easily see how all these different landing pages are performing using the Leads by Landing Page report.
But with so many individual pages to compare, it would take hours to answer questions like:
With Dimension Grouping, you could quickly gather the insights you need by “chunking” similar data points together.
So if for example you wanted to see which service was performing the best, you could create a new Dimension Grouping for any landing page URL containing “crown”, “veneer”, “cavity”, etc.
Now, you can build reporting that shows data for all landing pages for these services, no matter their location.
Rather than trying to get insights from thousands of landing pages, all you have to look at is ten.
For a more in-depth dive into this feature, check out the video above.
To set up Dimension Grouping in WhatConverts:
Our support team is happy to help you set up your Dimension Grouping.
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