We've got some tips that will help you get a better idea of how people engage with your content and what they respond to.Custom Date Range
Custom Date Range
First, make sure you're tracking enough time.
Our data analytics tool allows you to easily select custom date ranges for your analysis. That way, you can hone in on the exact period of time that you want to review. You can select up to 30 days worth of data at a time, so you can see how your AllValue Link has performed around the dates that matter most—like when a promotion is going on or when you've launched a new product.
To select your date range, all you need to do is start by clicking on the date range on the right side of the page. You'll then see a pop-up window appear that allows you to select the start date and end date of the data set you want to review.
Once you've set your custom time period, you can start analyzing your data.
Now that you've created your custom date range, you can start exploring your data. The data analytics tool in AllValue gives you a range of detailed metrics and analytics to uncover, such as the number of impressions, clicks per day, clicks per link, and more. You can also view your data in a visual graph to see key spikes and trends in your data over a given time period.
Using custom date ranges is a great way to get a more detailed look at how your AllValue Link performed in a certain amount of time. With such an effective data analytics tool, you can easily monitor and measure the success of your online campaigns and optimize for maximum performance.
You can also get a quick overview of your site's performance with our OVERVIEW block, which shows total visits, unique visitors, engagements, and bounce rate for the entire lifetime of your account. That is from day one until today!
Total visits – It shows how many times your bio link has been viewed since it’s been created. If a visitor lands on your allvalue.link page once, that will increase 1 view. If the person views your page multiple times, that is counted as multiple times. A person can view your pages many times and that will add up your total views.
Unique visitors —A unique view is how many different times your allvalue.link URL has been clicked within your date range. For example, if 1 visitor lands on your allvalue.link page once, that is counted as 1 view. If that visitor visits your allvalue.link page another 3 times from the same device, it would still count as 1 unique view.
Engagement – It shows the amount of engagements across all your links on the landing page. For example, if a visitor clicks on your 3 different links, that is counted as 3 clicks.
Bounce Rate – a metric used to measure the percentage of visitors to your links who navigate away from the site after viewing only but no clicking or engaging. It is calculated by dividing the number of single-page visits (or bounces) by the total number of visits on the website. A high bounce rate typically indicates that visitors are not finding the content or experience on your website to be engaging.
This section gives you visual insights on your Views, Clicks, CTR and Avg. Time to Click. By clicking on the top left corner of the chart, you can change the time interval for your daily, weekly, and monthly analysis. You are also able to click on the data in the chart so you can view statistics for each date.
Unique Views – A unique view is how many different times your allvalue.link URL has been clicked within your date range. For example, if 1 visitor lands on your allvalue.link page once, that is counted as 1 view. If that visitor visits your allvalue.link page another 3 times from the same device, it would still count as 1 unique view.
Unique clicks – A unique click shows how many individual visitors have clicked on one or more of your links stored on the landing page within the date range. For example, if 1 visitor clicks on 3 different links, your unique clicks count will increase by 1
Local-based and Device-based Analytics
If you want more detailed information about where your users are coming from and what kind of devices they're using to access your AllValue Link, use our local-based and device-based analytics features!
This block shows your total Views and Time to Click from each referrer. A referrer is where your visitor came from before landing on your allvalue.link site.