Feature Spotlight: Engage

There’s something quite pleasing about being able to see the impact of our online social media activity. Even more so when it’s presented in a very easy to view set of graphs. Which is why we developed the Engage feature for Scredible users.

This is the page where you can get a clear overview of how your postings are doing in terms of the number of the likes, shares, comments, and clicks they’re getting from your social network.

As you can see from the image below, you can choose whether to view your engagement on social media in several different ways: today, yesterday, this week, last week, this month, last month, or last 12 months.

Social media engagement

Overview of social media engagement in one month

Underneath the graph is a list of all the articles you’ve posted from Scredible. To see the impact of an individual post, just click on the post and it will take you through to another page as you can see in the image below:

posts impact on social media

Going deeper into your posts

In this page you can see a breakdown of when you posted the article, whether it was a long or short post, where the article came from – and if you click on the link it will open up in the Read section of Scredible.

You can also view which channels you posted it to by clicking on the Channels icon. When you click through to this you’ll also see if you sent it to one or more of your streams as well as the full list of social media platforms you sent it to.

By clicking on the Statistics tab you can see one of our lovely graphs that is specifically for that post. This particular post was a popular one (people sure do like lists on social media) as you can see below:

statistical analysis of the impact of a post in social media

Detailed Statistical Analysis of Your Post

You may have noticed that there is a big red bin in the top right corner. This is where you can delete it from your Scredible history. It does not, however, delete it from all of your social media networks.




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