With the goal of making the tracking of campaign investments easier for companies with multiple social media platforms, the StatFly project launched in the fall of 2011 and is a platform that makes the management, interactivity and analysis of social engagement strategies as effective and efficient as possible for business. Continuing the mission to simplify social monitoring, the company added new quick-switch multi-profile management and unlimited reporting to its growing feature set today.
The multi-profile Executive Dashboard was designed to meet the growing social media needs of agencies with multiple brands. The easily digestable dashboard view of your social efforts helps measure Facebook, Twitter, Google and Bitly analytics while building and tracking custom campaigns.
Through a filtered set of data points, users can also measure the results of interactions and monitor keywords and conversations. The Realtime Social Search lets you search Facebook and Twitter in realtime and includes a built-in Keyword Tracker that allows you to aggregate the most recent mentions of multiple keywords.
They’ve also made collaborating with team and clients efficient and simple by creating handy tools that allow you to add and store annotations related to the data points on your graphs, recording it so that you only have to explain the ups and downs in the data one time. Also, the platform allows you to generate hi-res PDFs of your reports, dashboards, and data all with one-click of the print button.
The Statf.ly platform is based on a 3-tier subscription model with price options ranging from $19 to $89 per month. To see how StatFly can help you keep an eye on your social media platforms with minimal effort, check out the official Statf.ly website.
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