Social Media Dashboard
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Originally published: 01/02/2020 09:45
Publication number: ELQ-44426-1
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Social Media Dashboard

Social Media Dashboard: Knowing Who You Are Engaged With

Description
Analyzing trends on Social Media can seem a bit daunting to say the least.

The different terminology including:
INTERACTIONS, PAGE IMPRESSIONS, TALKING ABOUT, SHARES, CLICKS, LIKES, ENGAGEMENT, TWEETS, NEW TWEETS, RETWEETS, MENTIONS, FAVORITES, VIEWS, LIKES, COMMENTS, FANS, FOLLOWERS, SUBSCRIBERS, NEW FANS, NEW FOLLOWERS, POST REACH, LIFETIME VIEWS can make you dizzy. Just writing that made me dizzy.

The Social Media Dashboard organizes all of this for you. All input is keyed in on one tab. Data can be entered for:
Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter and YouTube.

The Dashboard takes care of the rest.

In the top part of the Dashboard, an arrow drop-down will provide any selected month (up to 24 months) with at-a-glance data for that month.

The mid-section of the Dashboard, provides a stacked bar of fans, followers and subscribers for each media. Visualization of each media's contribution by month is then trended over 24 months.

The lower portion of the Dashboard provides a drop-down to view singular focused data by selecting any of the following:

Facebook Fans
LinkedIn Followers
Pinterest Followers
Twitter Followers
YouTube Subscribers
Facebook Post Reach
LinkedIn Impressions
Pinterest Post Reach
Twitter New Tweets
YouTube Lifetime Views

Social Media analysis analysis is critical to engaging and retaining your audience. The Social Media Dashboard is here to make that endeavor a bit easier for you!

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  • Jil-Marie Borchers(last updated: 10/11/2020 12:19)
    Easiest, most detailed Dashboard to visualize your Social Media results!
    This was EXACTLY what I was looking for - and so easy to figure out how to use it :) Thanks!!!
  • Morten Brøbecher Thorndahl(last updated: 13/06/2020 08:44)

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