Content Details


Click on a content item's title in the Dashboard or a Report to access its Content Details page for a deep dive into all the traffic, engagement, and sharing activity around this particular piece of content. 

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The Page View Score for your chosen content item — the same one that you saw on the Dashboard — appears in the upper left hand side of the screen, along with its velocity indicator.


Just beneath the title at the top of the page, you'll see icons for networks like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. If the content item has been posted to your account(s) on one of networks, the icon will light up. We detect this using our tracking parameters. And to the left of the icons, a dollar sign will light up if you've spent on promoting the piece, so you can know at a glance whether you’ve put money behind this content item.


The donuts of totals on the content details page are similar to those on the trending Dashboard and reports, but you'll notice detailed breakdowns of social actions and social referrals located further down the page. Depending on your level of access, you can see uniques, average engaged time, total engaged time, page views, social referrals, and social actions for that content item.


You can parse out data by the devices that your audience is using to read your content. Just above the totals numbers, choose 'All Devices,' 'Mobile,' 'Tablet,' or 'Desktop' to see how much of each metric, including scroll depth and referral breakdowns, came from each device type. Any metrics that appear grayed-out are not available for the selected device.


The content details page also provides in-depth time series charts so you can really dig in and understand what happened with a content item. Compare any two metrics, understand expected traffic, or take a look at paid vs. organic traffic breakdowns.


The overview is a dual-axis time series chart that allows you to compare any two metrics—like social actions on LinkedIn to social referrals from LinkedIn, or overall page views to Facebook social referrals—cumulatively or non-cumulatively.


If the content item is trending, take a look at the predictive chart to get a better idea of how many page views will be coming your way in the next hour. Is it plateauing? Taking off? The dotted line will tell you what's next for that content item.


If you are running paid campaigns with us, this chart will show you how much of your traffic came from paid efforts and how much came in organically. If you're not running paid, but think it's a good idea, you can click the link to reach out to our team and learn how you can get started. Just like the overview, you can toggle between cumulative and non-cumulative metrics.


So, you successfully got people to your page—but how much of this content item did they actually get to? Scroll depth shows you how far down the page users scrolled. We display the data by quartiles (25%, 50%, 75%, 100%). Each quartile is a subset of the previous one, meaning, if someone hits 50%, they will be counted in both the 25% and 50% quartiles. Mouse over each bar on the chart for exact percentage of page views that hit each quartile. We also display an Average Scroll Depth percentage, representing how far the average user made it down the page.

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Below the time series chart, get a detailed breakdowns of page views, social referrals, paid referrals (if applicable), and social actions.