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The Daily traffic graph shows the number of daily impressions, contacts and absolute clicks of the selected campaign, booking or creative. By hovering over the bar chart, the The exact number of daily impressions, contacts, or clicks is displayed by hovering over the bar chart.

Next to the graph, the highest number and the mean number of daily impressions, contacts and clicks are displayed.

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The Results per creative graph shows the results per creative of the selected booking since a booking can be attached to several creatives. Thus, the results (the impressions and click rate) are displayed per creative that is assigned to the booking.

Booking results per creative - click for a larger view

When hovering over a bar chart, a tooltip shows the absolute number of impressions or the clickthrough rate (as a percentage). 

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The Results per booking graph shows the selected creative results per booking of the selected creative since a creative can be attached to several booked positions. Thus, the results (the impressions and click rate) are displayed per booking to which the creative is attached.

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Adhese also displays the number of campaigns, bookings, or creatives that were taken into account to create the graph. 

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The eCPM benchmark graph compares the effective cost per thousand impressions (eCPM) of the selected campaign, booking, or creative to the eCPM of all other campaigns, booking on the same position, or creatives that have with the same format respectively.

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All comparable campaigns, bookings, or creatives are sorted in ascending order on the line graph's horizontal axis of the line graph.

A black dot with a stripe Median icon represents the median. The median is always situated in the middle of the line graph because the horizontal axis represents the data set.

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Adhese also displays the number of campaigns, bookings, or creatives that were taken into account to create the graph.