Enter the total number of impressions and the total number of unique users into the calculator to determine the reach and frequency.

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## Reach and Frequency Formula

The following formulas are used to calculate the reach and frequency of a marketing campaign.

F = I / U

- Where F is the frequency
- I is the total number of impressions
- U is the total number of unique users

To calculate frequency, divide the number of impressions by the number of unique users.

R = I / F

- Where R is the total reach
- I is the total number of impressions
- F is the frequency

To calculate the reach, divide the number of impressions by the frequency.

## What are reach and frequenncy?

Definition:

Reach is a term used in marketing to refer to the number of unique people that saw (impression) an advertisement in a marketing campaign.

Frequency is used to describe the total number of impressions per unique user.

## How to calculate reach and frequency?

Example Problem:

The following example problem outlines how to calculate reach and frequency in an advertising campaign.

First, determine the total number of impressions. In this case, the number of impressions is 100,000.

Next, determine the number of unique users that saw the impressions. For this example, 1,000 people saw the

Next, calculate the frequency using the formula above:

F = I / U = 100,000 / 1000 = **100 (frequency). **

Finally, from the frequency and the number of unique users, the reach can be calculated.

R = I / F = 100,000 / 100 = **1000 reach**