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rating of articles with the most viewed on top and number , with number of views shown on the left side


the name of an editor or a journalist who created an article


number of pages users go through on average. This number indicates how interesting the website content to users is, making them stay and click through links

Direct traffic

readers who use browser address line or favorites to access the website and all other unaccounted arrival types (e.g. e-mail software, some messengers)

Finished reading/Readability

percentage of visitors who scrolled the text to the end

Other pages

all the pages of the website, except the Main page


total number of website pages viewed during the selected time period

Published articles

the number of articles published during the selected time period


the percentage of users who read one article and then proceeded to another website page, meaning not leaving the site


visits via links placed on other websites

Search engines

Google, Bing, Yandex, Yahoo, and others


thematic sections on the website

Social actions

the total number of shares in social networks (ex. likes, comments and shares on Facebook)

Social networks

VK, Facebook, Twitter,

Source groups

sources from which users visit website pages. It is not similar to Traffic sources, let’s take an example. You visit a website from Facebook. You go to one article, then to another article, then to main page and then to another article. In this case all your 4 pageviews will be counted to google traffic in Traffic sources. But in the Source groups your first pageview will be counted as from Google, second will be counted to Other pages, the third also to Other pages, and the last one will go to Main page, because you went to the article from the Main page


average time users spend on 1 page


number of unique visitors during the selected time period


  1. Filters in the Home report.

This feature helps you to analyze what are the most popular articles within the audience of a specific source, compare current achievements with the ones a week ago. Filters help to realize which topic interests specific audience, and what to write about. It is convenient to quickly understand which articles need to be promoted based on its popularity from a specific source.

In order to use the filter, you need to tick the box of the necessary  source. After that the top line of the graph will show you the total traffic, the lower line - traffic of the selected source. Top 15 articles will be adjusted by the system for that specific source. You can also choose the timeframe that you want to see the data for on top of the page, as usual.

  1. “Sources” report 

On the left hand side of the dashboard you can find a report solely devoted to Sources.

There, you can find information on which sources bring you the majority of the traffic; quickly estimate the quality of that audience (by looking at the average page depth).

For deeper insights you can click on any source, and the drilldown will show you:

  • trend for today being compared with the same day last week
  • which articles are being the most popular for the audience from that source
  • which authors are being read mostly
  • the devices used by the readers
  • next page that majority went to 

Data could be obtained for any period of time.

  1. Predominant Source per Each Artcicle

In the Articles report you might notice that some of the articles, to the right of their headlines, have a sign of a source. This happens when the majority of the audience comes from one specific source. If the article doesn’t have one, it means that there is no one defined popular source for it.


There are many metrics to realise whether a particular article has been of a great quality.

  1. Time spent.

To the left of each article in the Articles report you can see how much time people spent reading it, on average, versus time that is needed to spend to read it all the way till the end. 

Our system identifies the structure of each article, and calculates the time needed based on the number of words/symbols and specifications of your language. Comparing these two numbers will give you an idea if readers were actually engaged with the article after opening it; whether it met their expectations based on the headline.

  1. Finished Reading

Based on how much time readers spent on each article and whether it was scrolled all the way till end, we define Finished Reading percentage. The name stands for itself - it tells you the percentage of your audience that finished reading the article. 

This metric certainly gives you an understanding on your readers’ behavior with each article, whether they were interested enough in the content provided.

If at any point the value is below average, system will alert you by highlighting it in red.

  1. Social Actions

Popularity of the article in social networks identifies how interesting it was to its audience, since they decide to share it with their friends and family. In our dashboard you can see the number of social actions (likes, comments and shares in total) per each article.


  1. In Home report use the Source groups block. Tick the Social networks checkbox to find out what articles attracted more visitors to your website from Social networks:

Here you can choose 10-minutes mode - to find out what articles people are visiting right now. Also it allows to make historical analysis for a week, month or even a year - to find out what topics always attract visitors from Social networks. To do this you have a timescale on the top of the page: 

2) Articles report.

Next to each article you see the number of social actions (likes+shares+comments on Facebook). You may also sort all the articles by the number of these actions so that you are able to define the ones which attracted the most attention:

3) Social networks report.

In the block on the left side you can see the number of attracted visits from different social networks. FB total stands for the total number of visits from Facebook, while FB groups shows only the visits from your official fan page. To make the FB group field active you should add ?f mark to the link while making the post.

For example, this is how you post articles now:

This is how you need to post articles for our system to recognize that it came from your group on Facebook:

The right block of the report works as a recommendation system for you. The articles that were not posted to your official page, but started collecting FB actions and attracting visits to your website (with the help of your readers’ likes and shares) will be marked with an orange sign. Articles already posted to Facebook will be marked with a green sign. 

On this example you see that article #2 is very likely to be popular and will bring you a lot of new visitors after posting it to your official FB page (based on how many FB actions it generated from your website)


There are a few different metrics for you to measure how users engage with your website, how interested they are and how likely they are to come back.

  1. Depth in the Home report. It shows you the average number of pages unique visitor viewed on a site. It is compared to same day a week ago, so that you can see the dynamics. It usually does not change drastically with the time; however, there is  a more dynamic metric that can be influenced and result in better page depth - recirculation.

2) Recirculation metric is the percentage of users who read one article and then proceed to another website page, meaning not leaving the site. It shows the engagement, or how deep visitors go in your website. The general recirculation percentage is shown in the Home report, but the main calls-to-action you will find in the Articles report.

The articles with recirculation lower than the average for a site will be highlighted in red:

If you see red color - you should try to change it on the spot, especially if the article is one of the best performing ones for today. There are two ways to do it easily:

  • recommendation blocks on the article’s page

Check the page - perhaps the articles you offer in Read more or Editorial choice blocks have nothing in common with the main article, readers have nothing that catches their attention and. therefore, leave the website. Replace the recommendations with more relevant content.

  • cross-links/ internal links

Put a few cross-links inside the article. They have to lead to some relevant articles or more detailed stories for the topic. Using this tip always influences recirculation in a positive way. But remember that articles should be relevant. If you place links to the articles that have nothing in common with the main article - it will annoy your readers and have a negative impact on the website reputation.

3) Where do they go?

To check the results of the changes made - drill down to the article (just click on its title) and scroll down - on the right you have the list of links where people go most often as the next page:


To find out whether your main page works at its full capacity - just take a look on how often users click on the links and what links they choose. To do that use the main page widget - you can launch it via Widget link on the left panel: 

It shows:

- which articles catch attention of readers and which do not

- which articles have high potential but are hidden from the most readers' eyes

The most clickable articles will have a green marker - this means they have the highest potential to engage your users to work with a website:

You can increase clicks from the main page in real time by simply placing the articles with the highest potential on the top of the page.

You can also track visits from the Main page in your Home report, just tick the Main page checkbox in the Source groups list:


  1. Daily/weekly reports.

After logging into the system for the first time you automatically subscribe to the daily digest. You will get a letter every day early in the morning with all the basic information for the previous day. It will give you a picture on how the website was performing yesterday and will give you a few thoughts on which direction to move towards today. 

You can also receive the same type of digests on a weekly basis.

Additionally, the report will contain data on the most popular articles and authors.

2) Author’s Digest

If you are a journalist and would like to analyze your personal performance - you can get same type of digests, but with solely your articles, pageviews and attracted visitors. Ask your manager to include you to personal mailing.

3) All reports in your dashboard are exportable. You can download an Excel version of each report with an option in the upper right corner:

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