quintly is social media analytics tools to help you track, benchmark and optimize your social media performance. By using quintly, you can benchmark your own numbers against your competitors' and derive an optimal social media strategy.
In March 2014 we created our US corporation named “quintly Inc.”, based in San Francisco, to address the big US market in a more direct way but also to be closer to the innovative ecosystem of Silicon Valley. Especially in the social media space, the region has always shown that it is the innovation leader and we want to learn, participate and contribute. The main operations and especially product development will still be based at our headquarters in Cologne, Germany, but we will slowly ramp up our team in the US. We see this extension as one of the steps to prove that we are really a global player in the social media analytics space and want to be measured with the best in the world.
Finally, in October 2012, AllFacebook Stats was renamed and rebranded to „quintly“. With more than 25,000 users from all over the world and all sizes of businesses we wanted to provide you with even more ways to analyze your social media marketing efforts. That is why we added Twitter analytics to our successful Facebook tracking and benchmarking solution. Since then, we continuously optimized our tool and added a lot of new features. As of today, quintly supports Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+, LinkedIn and Instagram analytics. Please check our Updates page to view the history of product improvements.
In March 2011 Mediabistro.com, a division of WebMediaBrands Inc., and pedigital entered into a joint venture. The startup was named „AllFacebook Stats“; it combined AllFacebook’s statistical Facebook page analysis with the advanced stats service and user interface of Social.Media.Tracking. This combination further boosted the growth of users and the ongoing international distribution of the tool.
In summer 2010 we were working with pedigital on some early social media projects, especially Facebook projects, and started thinking about a simple and affordable solution to track Facebook pages and compare them to those of competitors. Until then, a lot of companies tracked the performance of their own pages manually, thus wasting a lot of time and resources. That was the point where Social.Media.Tracking was born. Starting with a basic set of Facebook metrics, the tool got more and more new features and chart types in order to both meet every use case and customer wishes. By the end of the year we had gained quite a few customers and started thinking about how we could make the tool more international, catering for customers around the world.