Social Crawlytics (that does NOT roll off my tongue!) is a tool to track what content your social media sites are sharing. This is useful information to see if the content you are creating is meaningful to your audience.
It brings up a very easy to read graph that show which post have been shared, how many times and to which social platforms. You can also see a chart with each specific post URL and how many times and where it has been shared. This is valuable information to see if your Social Media Marketing strategy is effective.
Social Crawlytics can be used on any website, so you can also check out how your competition’s social media strategy is doing. This will give you added insight as to what your target customer is interested in reading and sharing on social networks.
It seems almost too good to be true. And so easy.
The creator of “Social Crawlytics” is Yousaf Sekander of Rocket Mill and this is what he has to say about his creation:
“Social Crawlytics is essentially a social media analysis tool that allows you to scan any website in order to identify their most shared content and their most shared authors (if they have implemented Google Authorship properly). You can use it to monitor your own site or more importantly you can use it to monitor and gauge your competitor’s content. It is a rather nifty tool that could save you a lot of money when it comes to producing potent content. Within only a few months, Social Crawlytics attracted just shy of 7000 users, the vast majority of which are regular users. Our users include a rather large sizeable number of big brands who are using Social Crawlytics to monitor their competitor’s. And then there are a large number of agencies from different corners of the world utilizing Social Crawlytics for their clients. In short, the user base demonstrates that Social Crawlytics is loved and used by many professionals in the digital marketing industry.”Check it out @ SOCIAL CRAWLYTICS.COM Let me know what you think.
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