Marketing OKR Examples
How-to Guide to Writing Good Marketing OKRs with
Example Objectives and Key Results
When getting started with Marketing OKRs - Objectives and Key Results -
the common questions we get at Weekdone are:
- How to write good Marketing OKRs?
- Can you give me examples of good Marketing OKRs?
- What should I put in my Marketing OKRs?
To answer these questions we created this database of example Marketing OKRs so you
can get started and write your own company, department, team, or personal OKRs.
- Simplify & clarify our product, messaging, presentation of things we do
- 25 on-site user-testing sessions to understand key product misunderstandings
- 10 tests of our recent infographics and slide decks for customer understanding
- Get 1000 answers to an online user survey sent to all last quarter's signups
- Conduct a team hackathon to create and publish full portfolio of product materials
- Present an action plan for next quarter's messaging improvements
- Achieve record metrics in all areas of marketing
- 170000 website visitors
- 23000 signups
- 7500 trials
- 3500 new paid customers
- Maximum paid user acquisition cost of $25
- Successfully implement the weekly newsletter
- Finalize the content strategy, key messages and topic structure for next 6 months
- Grow subscriber base at least 5% per week, getting to 50000 readers
- Increase the CTR% to above industry average 3.5%
- Activate user-testing of our content
- Talk to 10 external editors to receive feedback on our articles and infographics
- Conduct 21 face to face content testing & interview sessions with users
- Organize an online survey with min 100 answers to rate our various content
- Improve our content and its distribution
- Implement 12 new channels/mediums where to post old or new content
- Get 60 marketing takeaways from reading 1h of marketing materials a day
- 1 test from a product review site for paid promotion
- Understand our customers and analyze their behavior
- Conduct 12 online client surveys and analyze the results
- Map our customer journey to understand what influences their buying decision.
- Map and analyze all of our current marketing channels and give at least 10 recommendations to improve them.
- "Where do I want to go?"
- O Objective
- B Bracing
- J Judicious
- E Exact
- C Clearly understandable
- T Tangible
- Key Results
- "How do I get there?"
- R Reachable
- E Exponent
- S Significant
- U Undestandable
- L Limited to numbers
- T Trackable
- OKR Best Practices
- 3-4 Objectives max per level (e.g. per person)
- 3-5 Key Results max per Objective
- Write for other people: they must clearly understand your goals
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