Just a quick thank you... I have been catching up with your articles and got here from something else you wrote about Social Media Management (http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/using-social-media-to-inspire-your-writing/), I wanted to know more about PostRank and this article here is excellent.
The best thing about PostRank is that you can see basic social sharing stats of any blog without paying for a monthly membership – this includes stats for your own site. made to measure roman blinds
I’m sure that the tags that subscribers enter influences the categorization, so subsribing to your own blog in PostRank and adding detailed tags would be a plus. franchise opportunities
The best thing about PostRank is that you can see basic social sharing stats of any blog without paying for a monthly membership – this includes stats for your own site. wellness st lucia
just what you need to know about the network and how to get the most out of it. Thanks again for visiting! Digital Agency
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I want to mention here PostRank Analytics. This is a paid service, where a small charge is $ 9 per month (month free trial) and it is best to check the work of social media. You can add custom pages to monitor access to Google Analytics, and save in a different commitment to development.
Great post, this is the fourth time I am referring to it! And just sent out the promo code so several friends too :)
Thanks so much Melanie for the additional information and additional discount for readers! I had been using the free side of PostRank for awhile, and recently added on the analytics, and it is a world of new information that you just don't get via Google Analytics. Once I get my goals set up, I'm really looking forward to seeing the social media ROI measurement potential. And the Optimize section is really awesome - each hub has a concise bit of information that is just what you need to know about the network and how to get the most out of it. Thanks again for visiting!
Wow, I'm not sure our own documentation is this comprehensive. Thank you! This is a great resource. :)A few points -- the tags in the Top Ranked Content system (http://postrank.com/main) come from a few sources. If you import an OPML from Google Reader, for example, it brings in the tags (folders) you've applied to feeds there. Many, as you note, are added by users once they add the feeds to their subscriptions. We also pull in Delicious tags users have added and a few other sources, but those are the main ones.Another handy function is that anyone in the community with a PostRank account (just on the site listed above, not a PostRank Analytics account) can add/remove/edit topics. So if you see that a great blog about Social Media, for example, isn't in our list, you can add it. Or if you see a blog in a topic that shouldn't be there, you can remove it. There's more on how to do that here: http://blog.postrank.com/getting-started/adding.....In Analytics (http://analytics.postrank.com), there are two kinds of content you can add. Sites are RSS-enabled feeds, so for a blog, for example. There are also Custom Pages, and you can add 20 of those per site (for up to 100). Those are specific URLs for any kind of online content -- doesn't need an RSS feed. Could be a corporate homepage, or a white paper PDF, or a campaign microsite, etc.And finally, the Optimize section is a work in progress -- I'm impressed you're showing 10 social hubs in the screen shot, since the latest five went out quite recently. :) We track over 20 social hubs, so we're just getting started creating something of a knowledge base there.If your readers would like to check out Analytics, they can sign up here: https://analytics.postrank.com/register/private without needing credit card information, and if they use the coupon code "kikolani" (without quotation marks) their free trial will be three months instead of one. I also added three free months onto your account as a small thank you for the article.And, as always, if anyone has any questions, they're welcome to give me a holler - @postrank or email@example.com.
Kristi,Awesome post! I played around with PostRank a while back, but never really saw the full value until after I read your post.Just installed the PostRank firefox extension. Pretty cool how it ranks your RSS feed posts to help you decide on which posts are important to read.Great Post.Mark