Envato Analytics

The Envato Analytics

Marktforschung & Analysetools for Envato authors. First steps with Envato Analytics Envato Analytics is a little-known utility available to all Envato audience members. Not only does this free utility allow writers to see the sale figures of all your file (s) on a single page, but as you go into each space object, you can display more in-depth information such as how many viewers your article has had in a given months, clear visitor counts, mean page views, where your site's viewers were directed from, and what Google viewers were looking for to find your articles.

Learn how to use Envato Analytics here. Please be aware that you will need your Space Key to register: In order to get your own copy of the interface, go to My Preferences, which you can find at the top of your Marktplatz profiles page: You can either do this or simply store your Envato Analytics logon in 1Password or an equal passwordsystem.

As soon as you login, you will see miniature views of all your files: All your documents can be sorted by title, upload date or turnover. To view the statistics of a single element, such as this example, click any thumbnail: You can see from the picture above that you will receive a graphic with the actual monthly flowrate.

When you want to modify the monthly setting, you can do so using the drop-down menu in the top right of the page. If you click on "Recommendations" it is really interesting because it shows you from where your article was forwarded. Maybe you've been discussing it with your article from another site, your own blogs, or maybe someone else and reviewing your post on your own blogs?

Here you can see what causes the most spam on your articles: External Search is useful because it shows what Google searchers type to find your items: how could it be useful? Now, you might find some important catchwords that people are looking for to find your articles that you might want to include in other classifieds you sell (if those catchwords are still pertinent, of course), so you can optimise how Google Search indices your article pages.

Finally, the higher your article page is on Google, the more likely it is that someone will find your links and click on them. Notice that this utility was created as a third person betatool and was given to Envato. And there are many enhancements that could (and should!) be made to enhance this utility (I'd like to be able to type in a date space instead of e.g. one months at a time), so just to be clear, this is a very fundamental utility that definitely has a lot of room for improvement, but there's a lot of room for that.

Maybe you would like to let us know if you find this useful in the commentaries, or let us know what else you would find useful in a market place analysis utility like this? We would be happy to receive your feedback and wish you lots of fun with this monitoring utility for your royalty-free articles!

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