Analyze and Report on the Success of Various Blog Posts

Analyze and Report on the Success of Various Blog Posts

21.Oct.2021

Analyzing, measuring and tracking your content is absolutely essential if you want to be able to show tangible results for your efforts.

When it comes to link shorteners, Rebrandly has a very powerful feature that allows you not only to see how many times a URL was clicked, but also which articles received the most attention by your audience.

 

This is absolutely invaluable if you are trying to understand what content people find more appealing, as well as where they spend time on each page.

In addition, the value of this data becomes even more apparent when looking at multiple pieces of content from different sources over a period of time. This can help you track long-term as well as short-term changes in interest levels while being able to identify correlations between different variables.

One of the major benefits of using Rebrandly is that it enables you to simply go back into your account and find out which blog posts were best received by your audience, making this data available whenever you need it. This means that if certain types of content are performing better than others, you can change your focus accordingly in order to see even better results.

Which article got more views?

You can track which articles receive the most attention quite easily via Rebrandly’s analytics section for shortening links. Just click on Analytics at the top right corner of any page.

Once here, you will be able to see at a glance major milestones in each post - how many clicks it received, where it was clicked from, which social networks it was shared on, etc.

This is very useful if you are trying to decide how to allocate your resources moving forward. If certain types of content are performing better than others, why not focus more of your attention there?

What tied together various pieces of content?

You can also use Rebrandly’s analytics for shortening links to see what kinds of articles tend to do well alongside each other - this can be invaluable information if you are generating headlines and want to determine if they work well together or separately. For example, just click on the Social Networks tab at the top right corner then select Twitter. Once here, you will see a graph showing how many clicks were received for each of your posts.

The same can be done for any other social network, such as Facebook or LinkedIn. This means that you can easily see how content in one post is received when paired with certain types of headlines in another post. Once again, this will help you further refine your content strategy so it aligns more closely with what people are responding to in the real world - a very important factor for success!

Track Trends over Time

You can also use Rebrandly’s analytics for shortening links to track trends over time if you have been publishing content consistently via your link shortener. For example, just click on the Export Data tab at the top right corner then select Synced Google Sheets. Once here, you will be able to filter your data by day, week or month.

This is a very helpful feature as it allows you the ability to see how much traffic you are getting from different sources as well as which posts receive the most attention and where they were shared on social media. This can help you determine trends over time so that you can plan ahead and tailor your link shortener’s content accordingly.

If certain types of content perform better than others, why not focus more of your attention there?

Building an audience takes time and consistent effort, but if managed correctly it can result in what all digital marketers desire: a devoted following who trusts your brand and shares your messages with their own audience.

Measuring and tracking performance is the only way to determine what works and what doesn’t, so take full advantage of this power at your disposal by using Rebrandly’s analytics for tracking click-throughs. This will enable you to better understand which post titles are working best with your audience, making it easier than ever to optimize future content accordingly.

How can I do that?

This is a great question. You can always access Rebrandly's analytics from the top right corner of any page in order to see performance metrics - you can also check out our blog article " How To Use Rebrandly Analytics To Drive Better Results " for a more thorough explanation!

 

Why not start today? It takes less than 5 minutes!

Start monitoring your performance metrics in Rebrandly Analytics !

Start tracking the performance of your blog content today! Just go to "Analytics" at the top right corner of any page, select Twitter from the Social Networks tab and filter by Date. This will enable you to track how each post is doing over time so that you can continue learning more about your audience and refining your strategy accordingly.

Building an audience takes time and consistent effort, but if managed correctly it can result in what all digital marketers desire: a devoted following who trusts your brand and shares your messages with their own audience.

Measuring and tracking performance is the only way to determine what works and what doesn’t, so take full advantage of this power at your disposal by using Rebrandly’s analytics for tracking click-throughs. This will enable you to better understand which post titles are working best with your audience, making it easier than ever to optimize future content accordingly.

Happy analyzing!

 

How can I do that?

This is a great question. You can always access Rebrandly's analytics from the top right corner of any page in order to see performance metrics - you can also check out our blog article " How To Use Rebrandly Analytics To Drive Better Results " for a more thorough explanation!

Why not start today? It takes less than 5 minutes!

Start monitoring your performance metrics in Rebrandly Analytics !

Start tracking the performance of your blog content today! Just go to "Analytics" at the top right corner of any page, select Twitter from the Social Networks tab and filter by Date. This will enable you to track how each post is doing over time so that you can continue learning more about your audience and refining your strategy accordingly.

Building an audience takes time and consistent effort, but if managed correctly it can result in what all digital marketers desire: a devoted following who trusts your brand and shares your messages with their own audience.

Measuring and tracking performance is the only way to determine what works and what doesn’t, so take full advantage of this power at your disposal by using Rebrandly’s analytics for tracking click-throughs. This will enable you to better understand which post titles are working best with your audience, making it easier than ever to optimize future content accordingly.

Happy analyzing!

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