Reports

This is the master Report that you'll most likely look at when you want a breakdown of how well Rebuy is doing for your platform. The report is a collection of analytics measurements that merchants should find most important for assessing Rebuy in relation to their companies growth.

Running a Report

Exporting Data

General Report

Charts

Post Purchase Analytics

Stores can choose whether to include tax in line items. You can view that in Shopify Admin > Settings > Taxes. Shipping/discounts are not calculated in Rebuy's AOV. Our reports don't take into account taxes (Shipping/Discounts) and therefore our reported AOV may be off compared to that of Shopify's reported AOV.


Running a Rebuy Report

  • Step 1: Navigate to Rebuy Admin > Reports page.

  • Step 2: click on Today, 30, 60, 90, or custom report to generate a report for that date range.


Exporting data

Rebuy's report is generated from the order data we retrieve through Shopify. You can manually retrieve said data by running a Rebuy Report and then clicking on the export button seen below.


General Rebuy Report

This section contains a series of twelve cards. Each card is an important analytic or factor that goes into calculating another analytic. The cards that can be found in this section are follows,

  • Total Order Count

The total number of orders that have gone through your store.

  • Total Line Count

The total number of line items (products) from the orders that have gone through your store.

  • Total Sales

The total number of sales, in your store's currency, that have gone through your store.

  • Orders w/ Rebuy Add On

The total number of orders that have gone through your store via a Rebuy Add On.

  • Rebuy Added Line Items

The total number of line items added (products) added to orders via Rebuy Add Ons. For instance, a customer adds a product to an order through a rebuy recommendation widget.

  • Rebuy Sales

The total number of sales, in your store's currency, that have gone through your store via Rebuy Add Ons.

  • Percent of Orders w/ Rebuy Add On

"Orders w/ Rebuy Add On" as a percent of "Total Order Count."

  • Rebuy Lines as Percent of Total

"Rebuy Added Line Items" as a percent of "Total Line Count."

  • Rebuy Sales as Percent of Total

"Rebuy Sales" as a percent of "Total Sales."

  • AOV Without Rebuy

The calculated Average Order Value BEFORE accounting for orders that went through Rebuy. (doesn't include taxes)

  • AOV With Rebuy

The calculated Average Order Value AFTER accounting for orders that went through Rebuy. (doesn't include taxes)

  • Rebuy AOV Boost

The Average Order Value w/ Rebuy as a percent of the total Average Order Value. (doesn't include taxes)


Charts

There are multiple charts in the Rebuy report that help to provide a visual view of the orders made through Rebuy, In total, percentage of daily sales, and attribution type, during the time period selected for the report.

  • Sales Attribution by Type

This section will display sales made via Rebuy Add-Ons on your store. these are broken down into specific types.

  • Product Discovery

Orders made by a customer that navigates to the Product Page from a Rebuy widget.

  • Rebuy Shopify Checkout

Orders made by a customer that using a Rebuy widget placed on the Shopify Checkout Page.

  • Rebuy Product

Items added from a product page type widgets.

  • Rebuy Cart

Items added from a cart type widget.

  • Sales Attribution by Rebuy Widget Id Event

This section will display sales made via widgets on your store. It's broken down by each widget that you created.

  • Sales Attribution by Rebuy Klaviyo Event

This table breaks down Rebuy sales by Klaviyo event.

  • Rebuy daily sales

These are the Rebuy driven add on sales in that given period of time.

  • Total Daily Sales

This is the total sales for the store in that given period of time.

  • Rebuy Percent of Total Daily Sales

This is the percent of Rebuy attributed sales in that given period of time.


Post Purchase Analytics

This section contains a series of seven cards. Each card is an important analytic or factor that goes into calculating another analytic. In addition to those cards, the report contains more detailed information about how each of the products within your post purchase offer(s) are performing.

  • Total Displayed

The total number of times your post purchase offer(s) were displayed in the given time period.

  • Total Purchased

The total number of purchases within that given timeframe.

  • Total Subscription Purchased

This will show how many subscribers you gained if you have a subscription offer within your post purchase.

  • Total Sales

The total number of sales, in your store's currency, that have gone through your store.

  • Sold Quantity

Total quantity of items purchased from the post purchase offers.

  • Conversion Rate

This will show how your post purchase offer(s) are performing. The higher the rate the better. The lower the rate, you should review your offer to ensure it is enticing enough to boost your AOV.

  • Revenue Per Order

The average revenue you have gained from each of the orders driven by post purchase offers.



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