Understanding Analytics

Find out how to combine the power of Link Tracking and Website Tracking to create a powerful new ally

This guide assumes you already have a verified account on Tageri.

You may have seen the analytics from platforms such as Google Analytics, Facebook, Twitter and Bitly.

These platforms do an exceptional job at collecting and presenting the data you need, however they are limited to their own systems and there are many situations where you need to have analytics that are under your control and cross-platform while remaining untied to any one of them.

Here we will teach you how to exploit links and websites to the max.

Log into your account and go into Links or Domains (Left Menu) to select any particular resource you have tagged earlier.

(We covered tagging in our Link Tagging and Website Tagging tutorials)

Once you are in any particular resource, you will notice several panels loading up your data. As they are done they will give you information about different key aspects of your resource such as activity, regional and device data, among others.

Dashboard Panels


Each panel has its own unique functionality. Each is created to give you a deep understanding of different aspects of the  activity data that your tag collects from your resource.

1. Activity Panel

Here you can see all the visits and events summed up as the activity of your resource.

For links, this only covers the clicks, while for domains it covers all kinds of events inside your website, including visits and clicks, among others.

2. Performance Panel

If you’re experienced with the stock market, this particular panel will result pretty familiar. This gives you the value of your resource over time.

Your resources have the value they represent for you, that can become the price you can ask for your resources from buyers, investors and even sponsors.

This is a solid way to prove the real-world reach your influence and online brand has.

3. Devices Panel

Create and improve upon your content tailored precisely for the devices that are consuming it.

Noone likes a super HD video on a mobile device consuming data, a low resolution picture on a 4k monitor workstation or a website that does not work well on mobile.

Knowing your target consumers is paramount to your online success.

4. Platforms Panel (websites only)

One of the most important aspects of monitoring your visitors is where do they come from.

This is a question that is pretty hard to answer with traditional monitoring tools, but by Mixing Website Tagging with Link Tagging, you can achieve this in a very easy and efficient way.

5. Top Countries Panel

All content is aimed for a region or demographic in particular one way or another. It is extremely important to know if they are responding to your online efforts and genuinely interacting with it.

For this purpose we give you the regional data of the people using your links and visiting your websites. This way you can easily plan ahead on your audience targeting based on real information.

6. Top Screen Widths (websites only)

Website design always considers the screen real estate you have in order to create an amazing user experience and boost user retention.

For this purpose your account lets you know exactly what screen sizes your visitors are using when consuming your content. People don’t always see your website in full screen.

Plan ahead and structure your sites specifically for your visitors, using this information to make sure your content looks awesome in any size and form.

7. Top Page Visits

Creating hundreds of post and pages in hopes for people to visit one or another is not a good strategy for creating an engaging website that can be monetized.

In your account you will see exactly which parts of your website are the most visited so you can improve upon them and create similar, proven content, that will actually be seen and used by your visitors.

The more you can validate your website content’s consumption, the easier you can monetize it in a predictable way.

8. Top Events  (websites only)

This panel sums up the pages in your website that have any events detected on such as clicks on buttons.

Sounds simple, but this is very important when measuring not only what pages are mostly visited, but also how many visitors actually use them in some way.

This is specially useful for online stores and referral links where measuring how many people actually click on advertised content and how many just see it and scroll past it.

8. Tagged Data Panel

This panel reflects the data related to your resource.

Here you can edit the parameters of your links or the address to your website. in case you mistype it or simply change domains but want to keep your tagged data with you.

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