Analytics of Share This, Add This and Slick Social Sharing

Share This:

provides rich set of analytics to understand social behavior of users sharing content to your site.

1. summary page- quick overview of sites sharing activity. summary page shows a graph of shares, clicks and page views that resulted from overall sharing activity with a speciafic time period.

2. sqi score: measures the social quality of a website against the share this publisher. Favors social interaction over a broad reach puts audience and content in spotlight.

3. shares by channel: Find out the social channels that have the most sharing. For example Facebook, Twitter, WordPress etc

4. Most shared content:  Know the most shared urls on your site.

5.Detailed url share stats- click on specific shares and find out who shared it.

Share This a great company with pretty cool analytic options.

Add This :

AddThis social analytics allow you track how, where, and by whom your content is being shared. These reports are designed to give you powerful statistics on sharing trends in real-time and over the last 24 hours, including:

  • what content is being shared and driving traffic back to your site
  • how visitors are sharing, including address bar copy/pasting
  • detailed analysis of your audience
  • alerts when important changes happen
  • insights in real time
  • meet your audience
  • share your reports with others

Add This is is one of the up and comers when it comes to analytics. Its reports are very detailed. I like the this  sharing because it allows you to share your analytics with people.

Slick Social Sharing:

Slick social share buttons adds facebook, twitter, google +1, linkedin, digg, delicious, reddit, stumbleupon, buffer and pinterest pin it social media.

1.Button panel options: Allows you the ability to float the button around your site.

2.set display page pages

3. Twitter url shortening

4.short codes and social stats

This is a very new and popular analytics program. It seems to be very highly ranked among different social media blogs. I would recoomend checking into it to this and using this on a new site website or wordpress.

Overall I would choose Share this because it seems to ffer the most in depth information as far as analytics


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