广告成本销售比 (ACoS) 是指广告支出在广告带来的销售额中所占的百分比。ACoS = 总支出 ÷ 总销售额 x 100
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由广告活动产生的销售额在您的品牌销售总额中所占的百分比。反映您的广告活动为商品销售额带来的成效并提升品牌整体意识。ACoS = 总支出 ÷ 品牌总销售额 x 100
广告支出回报率 (RoAS) 是将销售所得的美元金额除以广告支出的美元金额（销售额/广告支出）。它是 ACoS 的倒数，因此 RoAS = 1/ACoS。与 ACoS 不同的是，RoAS 由一个数字表示，可将其解释为指数（倍数）而非百分比。RoAS = 总销售额 ÷ 总支出。
Product and keyword metrics
To understand your keyword and ad performance for a given campaign, you can select a specific ad group to view performance for a Sponsored Products campaign, or review the keyword performance metrics under the Keywords tab for a Sponsored Brands campaign.
Sponsored Products ad metrics
You can find these Sponsored Products ad metrics under the Ad tab.
The number of impressions the ad received.
The number of times the ad was clicked.
How much you spent on clicks for the ad.
The total product sales generated from clicks on your ad.
Advertising cost of sales (ACoS) is the percent of sales spent on advertising. ACoS = total spend ÷ total sales x 100
You can find these keyword metrics under the Keywords tab for Sponsored Brands or Sponsored Products campaigns with manual targeting.
Sponsored Brands use phrase or exact match types.
Campaign Status Details Recommendations Delivering The keyword is eligible to show in ad placements. You can observe keyword performance over time in Campaign Manager, and download campaign performance reports for further analysis. Learn more about campaign performance reports. Paused The keyword is set to Paused. To enable your keyword, select Enable, located next to the ad name. Archived The keyword is set to Archived. The keyword cannot be enabled or paused. Not approved Moderation of keywords. Applies only to Sponsored Brands. Pending review Amazon is reviewing the keyword and will deliver ads once approved. Applies only to Sponsored Brands. Out of Budget The campaign has exceeded the daily budget. Ads in this campaign will not be shown again until midnight when the daily budget is reset. Make one of the following changes:
To change the Campaign daily budget, select the campaign name, and then select Campaign Settings.
To change or remove the Sponsored Products daily budget cap, go to all campaigns in Campaign Managerand select Advertising Settings.
Note: The campaign budget cap is only available for Sponsored Products at this time.
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Estimated win rate
Provides a realistic percentage of how many eligible impressions your keyword might receive.
The maximum amount you will pay for a click when this keyword triggers your ad. Custom keyword bids will override default bids.
The number of impressions the keyword received.
The number of times the ad was clicked.
The percentage of shoppers who see your and also click on it, calculated as clicks divided by impressions.
The average amount paid for a click on the keyword, calculated as total spend divided by the number of clicks.
The total amount you have spent on clicks for a keyword.
Sponsored Brands sales
Includes sales made for products you have advertised as well as sales in your brand made by Amazon and other sellers as a result of your ad campaign.
Advertising Cost of Sales (ACoS)
The percentage of sales for your brand that were the result of your advertising campaign. Reflects how well your campaign results in product sales as well as raising overall awareness of your brand. ACoS = total spend ÷ total brand sales x 100
Return on advertising spend (RoAS) divides the dollar amount produced in sales by the dollar amount spent on advertising (Sales / Advertising Spend). It is simply an inverse of ACoS, so RoAS = 1/ACoS. Unlike ACoS, it is represented as a number that is interpreted as an index (multiplier) rather than %. RoAS = total sales ÷ total spend.
Currently RoAS is only available through downloadable reports.