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Using InstaSites' Reporting Features
Using InstaSites' Reporting Features
Zach N. avatar
Written by Zach N.
Updated over a week ago

Note: Access to the InstaSites app is exclusively available to DashClicks Pro plan subscribers.

Step-By-Step Guide to Navigating to the InstaSites Application Reporting Feature

1. Access Applications Menu:

Hover over the navigation bar to the left of the dashboard and select ‘InstaSites’.

2. Navigate to Reporting Tab:

On the left-hand side of the page, select the 'Reporting' tab to view the metrics of your performance.

Understanding the Metrics

Understanding the meaning of each metric can help optimize your usage of InstaSites for better sales strategies.

1. 'Built' Metric Explained:

This metric indicates the number of successful InstaSites builds versus failed ones. Ideally, this metric should always be at 100%, suggesting all your attempted builds were successful. However, if there are issues with the software or servers, build attempts can fail. The system will retry failed builds before classifying them as 'Failed'. Check the status of your sites under 'My InstaSites' tab, specifically in the 'Status' column. If your 'Built' metric is less than 100%, check back to the 'My InstaSites' tab and use the filters to review your 'Failed' builds.

2. 'Viewed' Metric Explained:

The 'Viewed' metric measures the percentage of built InstaSites viewed by the recipients. This metric only includes successful builds, and it does not count 'Failed' builds. Each website is recorded as 'Viewed' only once, regardless of how many people you've notified about the same InstaSite.

3. 'Purchased' Metric Explained:

The 'Purchased' metric indicates the number of websites purchased compared to the successful builds. This metric does not include 'Failed' builds. It helps you understand the proportion of built InstaSites actually being bought versus the number of builds you are purchasing with your InstaSites credits.

4. Industry Breakdown:

At the bottom of the 'Reporting' tab, you will see a breakdown of your metrics by industry. Each InstaSite is categorized by industry during browsing and building. The table displays the name of the industry and the number of 'Builds', 'Views', and 'Purchases' for each. Use this report to identify which industries are excelling in website sales and which ones require more focus.

Note: Leverage these reporting metrics to streamline your InstaSites activities and prioritize your website builds effectively. Understanding how 'Priority' is measured will assist you in directing your website sales efficiently.

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