Review definitions for common e-commerce, marketing, and Rokt-specific terms.
An indicator for the average position where a creative appears in the Rokt placement.
A software development kit that enables Rokt brands to record in-app conversions, and partners to display in-app placements within native Android applications.
The maximum period of time that may elapse between a campaign event and conversion, in order for the conversion to be attributed to a Rokt campaign.
The segment of customers eligible to see the offers of a campaign, based on targeting criteria such as gender, age, and location.
The amount a brand is prepared to pay for a referral on the Rokt platform for a particular target audience.
The event that causes a brand to incur spend on the Rokt platform. The most common billing type is cost per referral, meaning spend is incurred when Rokt generates a referral for the brand.
Advertisers that create campaigns and drive customer acquisition using Rokt Acquire.
An event that can be pushed to subscribers of a specific calendar. Calendar events have a title, location, description, date/time, time zone, tags, time zone tags, and custom fields.
A collection of offers running across the Rokt partner network or across one’s own site. A campaign typically corresponds to a particular marketing or engagement objective.
A way for partners to select the types of campaigns that should show on their site, including eligible campaign strategies and objectives.
The intended outcome of a positive interaction with a campaign. Common objectives include: visiting a website, installing an application, or signing up to an email list.
Where the offers of a campaign can show: on one’s own site or on third-party sites from the Rokt partner network.
The process of associating campaign events to brand conversions.
Cost per acquisition (CPA)
The amount a brand pays for each customer that converts as a result of viewing an offer.
Cost per referral (CPR)
The amount a brand pays for each customer that positively engages with an offer.
A promotion code provided to a customer as part of an offer.
The content of an offer as displayed in the Rokt placement. A creative is made up of text, images, and calls to action that provide customers with a clear understanding of the offer and what they are consenting to by opting in.
A tool used by partners to test different page variants and customer experiences.
A placement associated to an HTML element on a partner's site that renders natively as a part of the page.
The percentage of customers that engaged either positively or negatively with an offer.
Occurs when a page or an element on the page (e.g., variant, placement, offer) completes loading and is visible to a customer.
A Rokt tool that creates a control group to calculate the number of customers who would have converted even without seeing a Rokt offer. Incrementality can tell you how much incremental lift Rokt brings to your advertising activities.
A software development kit that enables Rokt brands to record in-app conversions and partners to display in-app placements within native iOS applications.
Rokt's network of premium publishers (or partners) where third-party offers are displayed.
A way for partners to control the types of brands (by industry or domain name) that are eligible to show on their site.
The platform used by Rokt Calendar clients to create and manage their calendars and events, as well as view analytics.
A web application (or website) that unloads each page between navigations and reloads all resources again when arriving on the next page.
Pages or placements that are not part of a typical transaction flow, for example a customer profile or newsletter sign-up confirmation page.
A series of email or SMS messages delivered after a customer positively engages with an offer. A Nurture Journey can be used to remind customers of the offer and drive them toward conversion.
The value to the customer as advertised by a creative.
A placement that displays offers by rendering as a pop-up over a partner's native page content.
Defined by partners to represent different stages of the Transaction Journey. Example page types include upsell, payment, shipping, and confirmation.
A tool used by brands to run controlled A/B tests to compare the performance of different creatives.
The combination of placements for a particular page. A page variant could also indicate a version of a page with no placements. Partners can define multiple page variants, and Rokt can select best page variant for each customer to maximize the partner’s objectives.
E-commerce companies that use Rokt technology on their sites or apps to display third-party offers or drive customer engagement.
Personally identifiable information (PII)
Data points that can be used to identify a customer. Examples include customer name, email, or phone number.
Where offers are displayed on a partner's page. The most common placement types are overlay and embedded.
The order in which offers are displayed within a placement. Each placement can have one or more positions, as defined by the partner.
The strategy that a campaign uses to bid for placement during an auction. Rokt offers two pricing strategies: manual and Smart Bidding.
Rokt’s rating of the relevance and expected value of a campaign to a partner. Quality Score is a combination of maximum bid price and expected engagement rate, and determines the winner of the auction.
React Native SDK
A software development kit that enables Rokt brands to record in-app conversions, and partners to display in-app placements within React Native applications.
A positive outcome of a customer's interaction with an offer. For example, the customer opts in to subscribing to an email list, downloading a mobile app, or being directed to a website.
A product that brands can leverage to run acquisition campaigns across Rokt’s exclusive network of premium partners.
A product that allows brands to create calendars and provide subscribers with reminders and advertising through calendar events.
A product that partners can use to generate additional revenue by showing third-party acquisition offers. Rokt Commerce also offers the ability for partners to run internal campaigns to drive customer engagement.
Rokt Tracking ID
A unique identifier that can be used for conversion attribution in place of email or phone number. The Rokt Tracking ID is generated when a customer accepts an offer; the brand can then share the tracking ID with Rokt when a customer converts to close the loop.
Single page application
A web application (or website) that dynamically rewrites a single web page to facilitate page transitions.
A machine learning tool that adjusts bid prices based on an individual customer’s predicted conversion rate, order value, or incremental conversion rate.
A web page where customers can subscribe to an instance of Rokt Calendar. A brand can provide customers with the link to the SmartCal page or embed the page on their website.
Rokt’s Shopify application that allows Shopify store owners to become Rokt partners and monetize their confirmation page by showing Rokt placements.
A customer who subscribes to an instance of Rokt Calendar.
The outcome of a Transaction Journey. For most e-commerce sites, the transaction is a purchase, but it depends on the product or service provided by the partner.
A predetermined sequence of customer interactions on a partner's website or application that take place throughout one experience or during a given time frame.
Value per transaction (VPT)
The value Rokt adds to a partner's transaction, taking into account ancillary revenue, average order value, and customer lifetime value.
A way of categorizing similar companies based on industry or service provided. Verticals are used by partners to control what types of offers are eligible to be displayed, and by brands to specify what types of partner sites their creatives should display on.
Rokt's suite of tools for integrating on a partner's site. Also used by brands for conversion attribution.
An addition to the Rokt Web SDK that allows Rokt-related traffic links to be handled correctly inside hybrid mobile web applications.