Create reports that map where your release was distributed and in what format (digital, social, or print). See sites and links of where your release was listed. Get a full recap of additional research options such as custom circuits, disclosure, and email.
For release placement, a subset of the sources carrying the release are shown, including links to the sites where the release is listed. Categories of outlets include:
See who's viewed your release. Visitor graphs show views within the last hour, as well as a cumulative listing of who has viewed your release since it was distributed.
Run reach reports to display a map of where your release was published and a visual breakdown of visitors by country.
You can also view the click-throughs of your release, including the link/domain target, the link's paragraph location, the anchor text of the link and the number of times the links were clicked.
Find out how companies are finding your releases with the incoming search term listing and receive all public companies' contact information.
See who's referring your release. Referring parties are listed and tracked. Top referral information is sorted by outlet, such as web search, financial portal, etc.
These reports include a table view of search engine keywords and how many times those keywords were used to get to your release. Additionally, see the number of times visitors came to your release and the URL they were at before they came to you.
Furthermore, get detailed domain information including the top 25 traffic-referring domains, along with a complete page view history by hostname.
There is a smarter way to measure the effectiveness of your news release.