Following is a short overview of the main features of the Opinion Stage report dashboard:
1) Optimize your poll by different criteria:
View the poll optimization dashboard to discover how well your poll is performing and get improvement recommendations:
a) Improve voting engagement – The easiest way to track engagement on polls, is by tracking the voting engagement, which is the number of votes the poll received divided by the number of unique page views of the page in which the poll is displayed, more information here.
b) Promote social sharing - The best way to track social sharing effectiveness, is to track the number of times the poll/votes were shared divided by the number of times the sharing prompt was displayed to voters, more information here.
c) Increase traffic - the main traffic increase to social polls comes from clicks on social shares (from Facebook, Twitter & Google) that were created when voters shared their poll vote, more information here.
2) View general results
3) View results using social, demographic & behavioral filters:
a) Filter by Public / Anonymous voting
b) Filter by social network belonging
c) Filter by Gender
d) Filter by Geographic location
e) Filter by Time frame
You can also view the full list of voters for each side:
Opinion Polls are one of the most engaging types of content. Poll Sets take this engagement to a new level, by displaying multiple polls in one location. Following is an example of a poll set (vote to try it out): To create a set: 1) Click on the “Sets” tab in the Opinion Stage dashboard […] Continue reading →
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The social traffic to polls comes from clicks on social shares (from Facebook, Twitter & Google) that were created when voters shared their poll vote. Following is an example of how a social share in Facebook looks like. To increase this traffic, the first thing you want to do is to verify there are as many shares […] Continue reading →
The easiest way to track social sharing, is to track the number of times the poll/votes were shared divided by the number of times the sharing prompt was displayed to voters. So for example, if 100 social sharing prompts were displayed to voter, and there were 25 actual shares, the social sharing is 25% There […] Continue reading →
The easiest way to track engagement on polls, is by tracking the voting engagement, which is the number of votes the poll received divided by the number of unique page views of the page in which the poll is displayed. So for example if 100 unique viewers saw the poll, and 25 voted, than the […] Continue reading →