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Understanding Your “Jobs” and “Campaigns” Dashboards

The “Jobs” and “Campaigns” dashboards under the Indeed Analytics page will help you understand the performance of both your individual job postings and your job campaigns. 

In this article:

  • “Jobs” dashboard 
  • “Campaigns” dashboard 
  • Terms and definitions
  • Examples of useful reports

“Jobs” dashboard


The “Jobs” dashboard shows data for your organic and sponsored jobs.  


“Jobs” dashboard reporting

Under the “Jobs” dashboard you can:

  • Search for your jobs
  • Filter by status, job details and performance

  • Group by job details and time

  • Select time ranges for data

  • Export data


“Jobs Details” page 

The “Jobs Details” page allows you to view daily performance data for a specific job and to see the job’s details, such as the job description. Navigate to this page by clicking on a specific job from the “All Jobs Performance Report” page. “Selected Jobs” features include: 

  • Group by time to compare performance
  • Job description shown at the bottom of the page
  • “View public view job page” leads to the live job posting

“Campaigns” dashboard

The “Campaigns” dashboard allows you to understand your campaign status and performance, as well as edit existing campaigns and create new ones. 


You will see four options when you select “Campaigns” on the navigation bar 

  1. Sponsored Jobs Campaigns
    • Takes you to the page where you can view campaign status and reports 
  2. Create a campaign
  3. Legacy campaign management
    • Takes you to an older version of the campaign management page
  4. Legacy campaign report
    • Takes you to an older version of the campaign report page

“Sponsored Jobs Campaigns” page

This page provides a list of current and historical sponsored jobs campaigns and their performance. On this page, you are able to:

  • Search campaigns
  • Filter campaigns by status, budget, job count, performance, and delivery 

  • Group campaigns by source website, device and time

  • Select time ranges for data

  • Export data, download all data, and download current report view
  • Data is downloaded as a CSV file

“Campaign Details” Report 

The “Campaign Details” Report allows you to see the individual jobs included in a campaign and the performance of those jobs. Navigate to this page by clicking on a specific campaign from the “Sponsored Jobs Campaigns” page.  

  • The page shows the list of jobs that are included in the selected campaign.
  • You can filter by:
    • In Campaign: The job is in the selected campaign currently
    • Out of Campaign: The job is not in the selected campaign currently, but it was in the campaign at some point during the time period you selected

Terms and Definitions

Campaign(s): A group or segment of sponsored jobs with one overall budget applied to all. 

Campaign status: The state of a specific campaign; “active,” “paused,” or “deleted.” You need to set your campaign status to “active” to receive sponsored impressions.

Sponsored impressions: The amount of times your sponsored job(s) appears in search results.

Source website: The website where your job content is posted. For example, if Indeed is pulling your job information from your company website, the source would be your company website. 

Delivery: The current activity of your campaign, determined by scheduled start and end dates, budget, and campaign status. There are two delivery categories:

  • Running: Jobs in your campaign are eligible to receive sponsored impressions.
  • Not running: Jobs in your campaign are not eligible to receive sponsored impressions. Your campaign could be active, but variables such as your scheduled start date being in the future may stop your campaign from running. 

Examples of Useful Reports

  1. Check active campaigns:
    • From “Sponsored Jobs Campaigns” page, click “Filter” and check the Current status “Active” and save filters.
  2. Check the campaigns or jobs that have less than 5 applies
    • From “Sponsored Jobs Campaigns” or campaign details page, click “Filter” and click combined applies under “Performance.” After you select combined applies <5 and save the filters, you will be able to see campaigns or jobs that have less than 5 applies
  3. Check jobs removed from the campaign
    • On the campaign details page, click the filter and check “Out of campaign” and save filters. You will only see the jobs that are not in the selected campaign. 
  4. Compare today’s performance to historical performance
    • On the “Sponsored Jobs Campaigns” page, click “Group By” and select the weekly time frame. You will see how your campaigns have performed over several weeks. You can use these metrics as a benchmark for high and low performance.

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