Brands and agencies continue to find increasing utility from AMC, with the number of active AMC customers quadrupling in the past year. Based on direct feedback from these customers, Amazon Ads has focused on building out AMC capabilities across four areas: signal coverage, ease of use, actionable insights and partner programs:
Collectively, these efforts will further empower both brands and agencies as they leverage AMC’s functionality to guide decision-making and achieve their marketing goals. For example, ad tech agency Perpetua was able to use AMC to analyze campaign performance across media for “Into the AM”, an apparel brand. Perpetua observed that audiences reached by both Sponsored Products and Amazon DSP ads were 16 times more likely to make a purchase. Ultimately, Perpetua used these insights to create new campaigns for Into the AM that helped drive a 200% new-to-brand sales increase and a 49% increase in branded searches in the Amazon store.1
Brands such as bottled water company Essentia also continue to leverage AMC capabilities to refine their broader marketing strategies and drive even more value across their Amazon Ads investments. Working with the ad agency OneStone, Essentia recently partnered with Pacvue’s Business Intelligence solution – which leverages AMC for insights on media mix, path to conversion and affinity audiences – to inform their ad spend strategy on Amazon. Based in-part on analysis of AMC insights, Essentia was able to double their on-Amazon customer base – driving a 69% increase in return on advertising spend in less than one year.2
“AMC helps advertisers gain a clearer picture of the customer journey by answering meaningful and important questions around performance. Because AMC allows endless insight discovery, the Pacvue AMC Dashboard is a valuable starting point for the analytics that advertisers need to get a more robust picture of what is going on through the customer journey. At Pacvue, we are continuously building new ways for advertisers to take action with AMC and ultimately, better meet their marketing goals,” said Adam Hutchinson, director of marketing at Pacvue.