The main indicators used to analyze posts in your Radarly projects are:
- Estimated Reach
- Engagement Score
Impression and Estimated Reach are relevant to compare share of voice between different platforms and at different period of time. Even if the absolute value of the indicators is interesting, it is the order of magnitude and the variation that mean.
Impressions of a post
Global audience, maximum number of users that can see the post at the time of publication
General formula for social media sources:
Impressions of a post = nb of followers at the published date + (nb of shares of the post* x average number of followers*)
* nb of shares & average number of followers are not available for all social media sources
General formula for web sources :
Average nb of page views / nb of new pages created on the website during 1 month
Estimated Reach of a post
Estimated reach of a post : estimated number of users exposed to the post when it was published
Estimated reach of a post = impressions of the post x platform reach ratio
Impressions and Estimated Reach
|Source||Impression of a post||Estimated reach of a post||New coef. (jan 2016)|
|Nb of followers at the published date + (nb of RTs x median number of followers||impression of a post x 0.08||0.08|
|Nb of fans at the published date||impression of a post x 0.07||0.07|
|Nb of followers at the published date||impressions of the post x 0.15||0.15|
nb of followers at the published date +(nb of reposts x median number of followers*)
|impressions de la publication x 0.4||0.04|
|GOOGLE +||N/A for the current version||N/A for the current version||N/A|
|DAILYMOTION||N/A for the current version||N/A for the current version||N/A|
|YOUTUBE||N/A for the current version||N/A for the current version||N/A|
|WEB (Blog, Website, Media, Forum)||average nb of page views/nb of new pages created on the website during 1 month||impression of a post x 0.05||media : 0.95
blog : 0.40
website : 0.05
* median nb of followers on Twitter = 301, median nb of followers on Sina Weibo = 152
Note : median number of followers & the platform reach ratio will be reviewed frequently (without retroactivity).
Remarques : Coefficients to calculate estimated reach are regularly reviewed (without retroactivity)
Impressions & Estimated Reach: where to find them?
Listening section - Analytics Overview
- Cumulative impressions of the posts matching the query
- Cumulative estimated reach of the posts matching the query
- Ability to sort queries by impressions & estimated reach
Listening section - Analytics Details
- In the list of posts (on the left), you can sort the posts by Impressions and Estimated Reach.
- In the tile "Number of posts", cumulative impressions and estimated reach of the posts matching the query
Listening section - in each post
- For each post, display of nb of Impressions and Estimated Reach
Listening section - Influencers
- For each influencer, display of nb of Impressions and Estimated Reach
Virality and Engagement: where to find them?
When you have a list of posts in the listening part of your Radarly project (Posts, Clusters, Analytics Details), you have the possibility to categorize publications by virality and engagement score.
How to do that?
By default, the publications are sorted by publication date.
You can change the ranking by clicking on the small arrow (1) or switch between ascending and descending order by clicking on the big arrow (2).
What is the virality score?
Virality quantifies the spread of a post, its magnitude
How is it calculated?
The calculation of virality is different for each platform:
|Number of retweets|
|Total number of shares (including share of shares)|
|Number of comments|
Number of webpage, facebook posts and tweets in our database including the URL (or a shorten URL for Twitter) of the post
What does Engagement mean?
Engagement is a measurement of public involvment to a post
How is it calculated?
There are various ways to calculate engagement for each plateform:
Amount of retweets + amount of comments + amount of time a tweet is favourited
Total amount of shares + Total amount of comments + Total amount of likes (including likes on shared posts)
Amount of likes + amount of comments
Amount of web page + amount of Facebook posts in our database with the URL of the post + amount of tweets in our database with the shorten URL of the post + amount of comments on the website page