You can now export or download your user analytics data in a spreadsheet file from Contify MI platform's analytics module. 

  1. Go to Analytics from the drop-down menu
  2. Select the date range for which you want to download the data
  3. Click on the download button

Your browser will start download a .xls file containing analytics data for the selected date range. 

The downloaded spreadsheet will have following four worksheets:

  1. Counts
  2. Newsletters
  3. Alerts
  4. Newsfeed

The Counts worksheet has following data:

  • Name: Full name of the user
  • Email: Email of the user
  • Alerts Received: Total number of Alerts received by the user
  • Alerts Read: Total number of Alerts read by the user
  • Newsletter Received: Total number of Newsletters received by the user
  • Newsletter Read: Total number of Newsletters read by the user
  • Newsletter Sent: Total number of Newsletters sent by the user
  • SERP View: Total number of the Newsfeed views. SERP is Search Engine Results Page. Newsfeed is based on the search results of a number of filters and user preferences, therefore, SERP.
  • Dashboard Opened: Total number of Dashboard views by the user
  • URL Clicked: Total number of URLs clicked by the user
  • Score: Contify's proprietary course based on the overall user engagement

The Newsletters, Alerts, and Newsfeed worksheet have following data:

  • Name: Full name of the user
  • Email: Email of the user
  • Newsletter (or Alerts) Name: Name of the newsletter sent by the user
  • Title: The title of the story clicked
  • URL: The url of the story clicked
  • Industries: Industry meta-data tagged with the story clicked
  • Topics: Topic meta-data tagged with the story clicked
  • Companies: Company meta-data tagged with the story clicked
  • Locations: Location meta-data tagged with the story clicked
  • Content Source: Source of the story clicked
  • Monitoring Channel: Monitoring channel (News, Social, Company Website, Jobs, etc.) meta-data tagged with the story clicked
  • Custom Topics: Custom topics meta-data tagged with the story clicked. This is available only if custom topics are configured in your platform.
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