Are you putting increasingly more effort into your YouTube channel and wondering how you are performing? In the following article, we will share some social media metrics with you that will improve your YouTube analytics. Find out how to measure YouTube performance in greater detail than you normally would do.
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Following the model of the already existing Facebook Insights integration, we have now also extended the set of YouTube Metrics with the integration of the admin-only YouTube Analytics. With this update it is now possible to track your private YouTube analytics in quintly and add all these private metrics to your personalized dashboards and individual reports. Altogether the new feature allows you to get a much more detailed picture of your YouTube performance.
Advantages of Youtube Insights
From now on you have direct access to all
YouTube combines a bunch of relevant attributes for today's social media marketing strategies. First, YouTube is today the number two search engine and moreover there is rarely a search query where there is no YouTube video on the first page of the results. Second, and this is often forgotten, YouTube is also a large social network with options to subscribe, like, dislike and share videos as well as adding friends.
When we started to work on quintly in 2010 we created a user interface that fulfilled all the needs of our early users and customers. It’s no secret that the interface of the app became a bit outdated with the time and especially the two rebrandings we went through made it harder and harder to fit all our users needs into the app. With the introduction of Twitter Analytics last October we also moved from a pure Facebook focus to analyzing and benchmarking multiple social networks at once with a centralized approach.