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Discussion in 'Blogging & Content Marketing' started by Justinfromfeedio, Jun 27, 2014.
Awesome sounds great @Justinfromfeedio !
Hey guys, my partner and I have been working really hard on the new dashboard and have added a bunch of new features to it. Would love to hear your thoughts and how you would use the information we are able to provide users.
Below is a screenshot of the new dashboard.
Full image: http://s28.postimg.org/69tg5iip7/new_dashboard.png
The Feedio dashboard will cover 4 main areas:
Subscribers - Total number of subscribers of the user's feed via both email and RSS (Feedly, G2Reader, Pocket etc)
Posts - The actual posts that the author has written across all the sites connected to the user's profile.
Sites - The sites that the user has connected to the user's profile.
Reach - The number of unique potential readers of each of the user's posts.
We will provide reach for each article as well as an ongoing counter for total reach.
Another really cool thing which we have built is the ability to tell users which site brought each of their email subscribers. So for example, if a user added a link to their profile in their blog and someone clicked on that link, visited their Feedio profile and then subscribed via email, we will be able to show the user that their site brought the subscription. This will help users understand which channels are best for increasing their subscriber count. The reach stats will also help users understand which sites are best for increasing their subscriber base because if users see a spike in reach after a certain article gets published they will understand that that article helped increase their subscriber count.
You will also notice that we integrated gravatar so email subscribers will have an image.
We're planning on condensing the information shown on the actual dashboard and expanding on this information within the separate pages for each section. This way users will see a broader picture of whats been happening when first arriving on the dashboard and still be able to drill down and see useful and relevant information on each section.
Would love your feedback and comments.