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Pivot Table Reporting in Marin Social


Pivot Tables are one of the most powerful features, allowing you to build granular reporting to your requirements.

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To create a pivot table report in the Marin Social platform, follow these steps:

  1. To begin,  choose a Time Period.
  2. Determine your Pivot criteria. You can choose up to 4 criteria.
    • Date: Campaign start date.
    • Campaign: Campaign name.
    • Title: Ad Title.
    • Body: Ad Text.
    • Ad types: Different ad types used.
    • Creative: Image, body and redirection URL.
    • Tweet: Promoted tweets, including tweet ID.
    • Gender: Male / Female.
    • City: Cities targeted.
    • Country: Countries targeted.
    • Location: Full location targeting – country, city, zip code, etc.
    • Targeting: Different targeting segments created.
    • Interest cluster / Category: Interest clusters and Twitter interest categories.
    • Placement: Timeline / search / timeline and search placement.
    • Language: Targeted language(s).
    • Media Plan(s): Media Plan.
    • Mobile device family: Device.
    • Mobile device OS: Device operating system (OS).
    • URL: Destination URL.
  3. Click Show.
  4. To sort a postponement, click on a table field.
  5. To export the postponement data to Excel, click Export.
  • Note the relevance of the Selection Criteria order: eg Gender, Date will display a different table than Date, Gender.


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