Building Social Media Reports with Cyfe
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If you’re running a social media campaign for yourself or a client, you may be wondering what the best way to track your efforts will be. Look no further than the site Cyfe -an all in one dashboard providing a suite of widgets for social media, analytics, marketing, sales, support and infrastructure.. Cyfe offers social media analytics widgets that you can use to see important analytics and data about your activity on your social networks.
If there is one thing any social media user wants, whether they are a consultant managing multiple accounts or a business owner managing their own, it’s to see their essential social media analytics and data in one place without having to go to their various accounts one by one to measure their growth. Fortunately, visual dashboards can give anyone who needs to monitor their social media a one stop shop for the most important data. In this post, we’re going to build the ultimate social media dashboard with Cyfe to help you quickly get a full look of your social media activity.
Cyfe offers widgets for social media networks including: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, Youtube,Google+, and more. Keep in mind also that Cyfe offers the capability to keep an eye on the competition. They have widgets with the ability to track the analytics and audience size of your competitors.
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Businesses spend up to 80% of their time collecting, monitoring, analyzing and reporting data. What impact can an 80% loss in performance have on your business? With so many new online services popping up every day, this problem gets even worse. The bigger your presence is online, the more data you have to manage. Cyfe has developed a cloud based service that solves this problem by allowing you to easily monitor and share all of your vital business data from one single location in real-time.
If you consider it, this is a one stop shop. You have the ability to track your progress (or the progress of your clients) and you also have the ability to track your competition. This is a great way to pay attention to analytics as well as to generate a report to give out to clients about the progress you’ve been making on their behalf.
For those out there who are representing multiple accounts, this is a great option for keeping everything in one place. Things can get lost in the shuffle and this site offers a great resource in that you can log in one time and gather the necessary information from multiple social networks at once. You don’t have to scramble all over the internet to gather necessary analytics on a specific account.
What programs or sites are you currently using to track analytics and data from various social media networks? Have you had experience with Cyfe? What has your experience been like? Comment below!