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Social media and Web 2.0

In this section you'll find data on traffic originating from social media such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. but also any other “web 2.0” (or “social”) website, like Wikipedia, for example.

List of sites

A list of sources in this section that have referred traffic to your site during the selected time period.

How can I use this data?

Looking at the repartition will tell you if your website is being talked about in the social web.

Details

When clicking a name of a traffic source on the list page, you will be taken to a details sub section. This section contains two pages.

  • Evolution The evolution of this source over the selected time period.
  • Referrers The referrer page provides link-back to the traffic source.

How can I use this data?

If you are investing money on some social media marketing campaigns, then looking at the evolution will help you determine if your marketing effort on that particular social media are successful and worthwhile.

 
en/nm_guide_social.txt · Last modified: 2011/07/22 12:32 (external edit)