How RecurPost Reports Help You Understand Your Business

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At any given time, RecurPost allows you to measure and organize the performance reports of your business. It does so by gathering data from your social media accounts and studying the behavior of your audience.

Using our algorithm, we give you a complete idea of how your posts and updates performed. For each social platform, we study which post gathered the most attention.

As you open the report page, you will see a clear graphical representation of your performance along with facts and figures. It will help you to better understand your business standing and compare your performance to optimize your posts to gain maximum traffic.

Overall Engagement

As you open the report page, you’ll initially see the total number of likes, comments, retweets, views, and clicks received by your posts.

This helps you get a clear basic idea of the total engagement received by you. However, if you wish to have a more detailed analysis, we categorize your performance in the following categories:

Engagement By Platform

Shows the total amount of likes, comments, posts, etc received by your interactions on each social media platform. This allows you to understand which platform has the most engaging audience and where you are receiving the highest attention.

Engagement By Library

Shows the total amount of likes, comments, posts, etc received by each library on multiple social media platforms. This helps them identify which content strikes a chord with their audience and what should be removed.

Top 5 Posts

As the name suggests, it shows the top 5 posts that have the highest preference by your viewers. This helps you in analyzing what kind of posts your audience is the most willing to engage with.

White Label Reports

Through the White Label Reports, you can easily add your company’s logo in the place of RecurPost’s logo to customize your reports.

Not just an overall report, RecurPost also helps you to study all the necessary details. To understand each social platform better, we provide you with statistics that help get a clear idea about your social standing.

Our algorithm scans your performance on each platform and tells you where the improvements are needed. This allows you to visualize your data and interaction with your viewers, and also the total attention received.

Facebook Page Analytics

As you open the report for your Facebook Page, you will see a set of different data including the total engagement made, total posts published, the total number of people reached, total fans, total clicks, and new fans that are starting to join you.

Through this data, you will be able to study how powerful of an impact your Facebook page is making and whether or not it needs more attention.

Page Audience

The Page Audience statistic is pretty simple to understand. It shows you the number of people who followed or unfollowed you. It also shows the number of paid fans and fans which were earned through organic efforts, along with the total number of unlikes received.

Page Impressions

Page Impressions are one of the most important aspects of social media marketing. They give you a direct basis to compare and contrast the views received by your posts.

Through this data, we show you the total views received on each date, and whether or not the posts made on that day went viral. These are then totaled under “Viral Impressions,” along with the data to differentiate which of them were paid and which were organic.

Audience Engagement

Audience Engagement gives you an easy-to-understand graphical representation of all the likes, shares, and comments received by your Facebook page on a particular date.

This data is incredibly useful for both, start-ups and multi-national businesses that aim to outreach new potential viewers and flourish in the social media age.

Audience Demographic

This is where you’ll get to study your viewers and the category they count under. Through Audience Demographic, you can see the age range and gender that is most engaged with your Facebook page, allowing you to optimize your posts according to their needs.

Not only that, but you can also see which country is bringing you the most traffic, so you can provide your viewers with localized posts to gain a wider following.

Post Performance

The Post Performance section is where all your posts are studied, categorized, and then displayed. This allows you the convenience of knowing which posts earned the most engagement, along with its type i.e. photo, video, etc.

This allows you to see which posts are preferred more by your viewers and which needs more work, so to ultimately gain the maximum traffic possible.

Active Viewer Statistic

Active Viewer Statistic is the most convenient way to know the people who are the most engaged with you. It allows you to know which viewers are the most active with you on your Facebook page.

Best Time To Post

How much attention a post will receive is hugely determined by the time it is posted. To make it easy for you, we take an average of when your potential viewers are the most active, so you can see when it’s the best time to post.

Through this, you’ll be able to gather a much more active audience which will allow you to further gather a higher engagement and chances of going viral.

Engagement By Content

It can be quite a hassle to separate the different kinds of content that you post on your page, let alone the engagement received on each of them.

To make this easier for you, RecurPost helps you to see which type of content received the heaviest engagement and the number of people each type was able to reach.

Facebook Group Analytics

In your Facebook Group report, you will be able to see the total number of likes, comments, and posts made.

This will allow you to understand how active your Facebook Group is and help you to take action accordingly to grow your business.

Audience Engagement

The Audience Engagement report shows you the number of times your posts were interacted with. These interactions can be in the form of likes, shares, or even comments.

To better study your Facebook Group, we offer you this easy-to-read graphical representation to understand whether or not you need to pay more attention to your group and its members.

Post Performance

The posts you make in your Facebook Groups can get really clustered and disorganized after a while. To make it easy for you, our report lets you see which of them are the most successful and which needs more work.

This clarification will help you understand which posts are of greater quality. It gives you an idea about how to improve and enhance your future posts.

Active Member Statistic

Your Facebook Group’s most active members are highlighted here. You can see which members generate you the most number of likes or comments.

Engagement By Content

This report based on the type of posts made shows the total engagement received through your members on your Facebook Group.

It also shows the type of content that was the most engaged with according to the total number of posts, likes, comments, and shares made.

Twitter Analytics

Your Twitter statistics are displayed here, including the total number of all your followers, people you follow, and your total number of tweets.

This is a great tool to measure your performance and see which type of tweets your followers prefer the most. This allows you to optimize your tweets according to their preferences.

Daily Tweets

The Daily Tweets report is as easy as it can get. It shows you the total number of tweets made by you on each following date.

This allows you to keep track of the number of tweets you might want to make in the future.

Tweet Frequency

The Tweet Frequency report is an incredibly useful tool. Using the data collected from your Twitter account, it takes an average of the times you posted tweets throughout the week or month.

Then, it makes a report showing how frequently your tweets are posted at a particular hour. It can let you know when you are most likely to post your tweets.

Audience Engagement

The Audience Engagement report is one of the most crucial reports for your Twitter handle. It shows you the total engagement received by your tweets in the form of likes and retweets.

This allows you to study the frequency of the engagement that your followers are available to give, so you can schedule your tweets accordingly.

Tweet Performance

Tweet Performance report shows you how well your tweets are doing in terms of social engagements by your followers.

It shows you various statistics like Popular Tweets, Most Retweets, and Most Likes, giving you an overall idea about which tweets get the most attention.

Top Mentions and Influencers

The Top Mentions are those tweets where your business is mentioned by a different user which received the most attention by your followers and theirs.

The Top 5 Influencers are simply those people who have mentioned you the most number of times.

Instagram Analytics

Your Instagram statistics are displayed here, including the total number of all your followers, people you follow, and your total number of posts.

This allows you to measure your performance and see whether or not your followers are growing in number. It lets you know if you need to pay more attention to your Instagram account.

Engagement

The amount of engagement that your posts receive is the biggest determinant of how successful your account will become. To help you with that, our Engagement report shows you how much engagement each post has received.

We’ve divided engagement in 3 parts – Post Metric, Likes Metric, and Comments Metric. Each of them give out data accordingly which you can use to judge your posts’ overall performance.

Post Insights

This is where you will get all the details about your posts. It counts the total number of hashtags used, likes and comments received, and the type of post that was made.

Through this info, you can also figure out which post received the most attention and was the most engaged with.

LinkedIn Company Analytics

LinkedIn is indeed a very busy platform, and it can get really hard trying to organize your data. To help you with that, our tool allows you to visualize all of your info in a clean and understandable manner.

It includes data such as the total number of followers, posts, impressions, likes, and clicks generated on your account.

Follower Count Trend

The Follower Count Trend does exactly what its name suggests. It keeps track of all the followers gained or lost during a specified period of time.

Not only that, but it also shows you which of those followers were paid ones and which were earned through organic processes.

Reach/Impressions Trend

The Reach/Impressions Trend report shows you how far your posts were able to reach. This is essentially the total number of people who viewed your posts on LinkedIn.

Along with that, RecurPost also shows you the data based on each day. This info allows you to see when your users are the most active and when it is the most accurate time to post.

Engagement Trend

The Engagement Trend report is simply the data showing the total times your posts were interacted with by your viewers. The interaction can be in the form of likes, comments, shares, or clicks.

At its core, this tool allows to figure out the frequency in which your viewers like to interact with your post. It lets you know how often your viewers are willing to engage with you.

Post/Update Analytics

All your LinkedIn posts are kept here, where they are divided into the ones that went popular and the ones that are the most favorites.

Along with that, you can also see the type of the post that was made, and the the number of likes and comments it received. This will help you to better understand which posts are better suited for your audience.

Google My Business Analytics

As you open the report for your Google My Business, you will see a set of data including the total posts published, and total views and clicks received.

Through this info, you will be able to see how impactful your Google Business is and how many people it is engaging with. This will allow you to know if it needs more priority or not.

Audience Engagement

The Audience Engagement does exactly what its name suggests. It shows you the total number of times your posts were engaged with by your audience.

The engagement here is displayed in the form of the total number of likes and clicks received. The data will allow you to understand the frequency of your engagements.

Post Performance

The Post Performance report is where all your posts rest. With our divisions Popular Posts and Most Favorites, you can keep track of which posts attract the most attention.

You can also see the total number of views and clicks received by each post and the type of post it is. This will help you get an idea about which kind of posts generated the most traffic.

Engagement By Content

This division based on the type of posts made shows the total engagement received through your audience on your Google My Business.

It shows which type of content was the most engaged with according to the total number of posts, views, and clicks made.

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