I received an email today letting me know that CLIQ has completed the overhaul on their reporting system. The new reporting system focuses on the flow of visitors between blogs and CLIQs. You’ll be able to find the new report page by clicking on the “Who’s CLIQin?” link on the dashboard page.
As you can see, since I’ve installed the widget on this blog, I have had 2,521 views. I’ve sent Brad 2 clicks, he has sent me 1. I have sent Mike 1 click and he has sent me none.
Let’s take a look at who is leading my CLIQ.
Mike is leading the CLIQ with 80 views. Must be those videos he’s been posting. I’m in second place while Brad is currently in third place with 48 views. The views are the number of times that particular headline has been displayed on the widget.
If you are currently managing your CLIQ, be sure to read the mini guide for the reports area. The mini guide gives a good explanation as to what is being reported and what everything means.
As it stands, I currently have my own CLIQ. If your blog covers the topics of SEO, Web 2.0, Blogging or WordPress related material, and your a registered user of CLIQin.com, you’re welcome to request an invite to join the group.
4 thoughts on “CLIQ Updates Reporting Features”
Why on earth would my LCD monitor article have that many clicks? I’m inclined to think something is up with that…
And I could swear I’ve sent you some clicks. Ah well.
@Mike It’s not that your article had that many clicks, thats the number of times that article has shown or appeared on the widget during my the loading of my site.
So out of everyone displaying the CLIQ widget, that article has shown at least 80 times. I hope that fixes the confusion.
Hey, if you don’t mind me asking, did you fork out some cash for the premium shoutbox?
@Mike Yes. I figured what the hell and paid $6.00 for 3 months of premium shoutbox features. The shoutbox is free though and doesn’t have to be paid for.